- Story Highlights
- Samuel Friedman of Roswell allegedly made the threat in a class.
- He has been ordered to stay away from campus after being arrested.
Kennesaw State University students and administrators are concerned after a student was accused of threatening to kill his classmates.
Samuel Friedman, 19, was arrested by the Cobb County Sheriff’s Offfice at his Roswell home Thursday and bonded out of jail Friday, Channel 2 Action News reported. The bond was $15,000.
In a math class Tuesday, Friedman allegedly said, "I am going to marinate on the thought of killing you all.”
He also allegedly sexually harassed a female classmate.
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A student who was in the class at the time told Channel 2 that Friedman walked out after making the threat.
Parents reportedly have expressed concerns about the safety of their children at the school, according to the arrest warrant.
Friedman was ordered to stay away from campus as part of his bond, Channel 2 reported.
“Ever since, like, recent events, I’ve been more aware,” student Fernanda Bonilla said, “but now that this is happening on this campus, it’s just like, it's scary.”
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