LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) – Law enforcement officials said Friday that a 19-year-old from Liberty has been arrested after making threats online.

Prosecutors in Clay County have charged Nicholas Scott Brown with making a terrorist threat, a first-degree felony.

A statement from the Clay County Sheriff’s Office noted that Brown was arrested last week after investigators learned he had made threats on social media of a mass shooting.

Brown is now being held in the Clay County Detention Center on a $100,000 bond.

Investigators from the Liberty Police Department, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI worked on the case.

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