Georgia Tech student denied bond, allegedly said he planted bomb at Cobb middle school

Andrew Sean Brady

Credit: Cobb County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Cobb County Sheriff's Office

Andrew Sean Brady

A Georgia Tech student accused of saying he planted a bomb inside a Cobb County middle school and would shoot anyone who survived the explosion was denied bond, authorities said.

Andrew Sean Brady, 18, of Austell, is accused of emailing those threats to Floyd Middle School administrators and staff Jan. 17, prompting a bomb squad to search his home, previously reported.

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A judge denied bail for Brady on Wednesday, Channel 2 Action News reported. Georgia Tech spokesman Lance Wallace confirmed Thursday that Brady is a student.

An arrest warrant obtained by Channel 2 said, “(Brady said he) planted a bomb inside the school and people will die. After the bomb explodes, (Brady said he) will use a gun to kill as many people as possible.”

The Cobb County School District previously released a statement on the incident that said, in part:

“Last week our school received an email which contained threatening content. An investigation was immediately launched involving the Cobb County School District Police Department, local law enforcement and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation ... As the law enforcement investigation is ongoing, we cannot add any more details at this time.”

The district didn’t elaborate on whether Brady has a connection to the school or the district. has reached out to the district to see if there are any updates.

The bomb squad and Cobb County deputies searched Brady’s apartment in the 700 block of Creekside Circle before arresting him, Channel 2 reported. No explosives were found in the apartment or his car.

Brady faces a count of felony terroristic threats and acts, according to jail records. He remains in the Cobb County Jail.

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