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Patrick Casas Released On Bond

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The University of Mary student who made a threatening post on Facebook Friday is out on bond tonight after being charged this afternoon in Burleigh County.

20 year-old Patrick Casas, a student and football player is charged with terrorizing after posting this message Friday saying "I'll make the Virginia Tech shooting look like a game of paintball."

According to his attorney, Casas has been removed from the University of Mary following Fridays incident.

Judge Bruce Romanick set bond at $50,000 requiring Casas to pay ten percent of that, or $5,000.

Casas will be allowed to leave the state and live in Chicago with his parents as long as he promises to return for all court appearances.

If Casas does not return for his court appearances he will be forced to pay the remaining $45,000 of his bond and will be held in jail until he is sentenced.

As a condition of his bond Casas will not be allowed to use the Internet.

Terrorizing is a class C felony with a maximum sentence of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine.

 

 

 

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