Former UNF student accused of threatening a mass shooting is now in treatment

Heydi Ortiz, Police Reporter

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Former UNF student, Wesley Zane Twiggs, was arrested on Saturday morning after writing 2 anonymous threats on a chat site, threatening to commit a mass shooting at Fernandina Beach High School, according to police.

According to Law Offices Of Bossen and Jamieson, Twiggs is currently receiving in-patient treatment in a residential facility, after being charged with a second degree felony and later released on a $25,000 bond.

Wesley Twiggs. Photo from Nassau County.

The law office representing Twiggs assured parents and students there is no threat to the Fernandina beach High School community. According to the law office, Twiggs and his family have cooperated with law enforcement and have requested their privacy in the midst of navigating through the situation.

Spinnaker will update this story as more information becomes available.

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