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Trio Arrested for Terrorizing

ULM Police arrested three men early Tuesday morning and charged them with terrorizing.
ULM Police arrested three men early Tuesday morning and charged them with terrorizing.

According to an affidavit, two victims called police ULM police saying three suspects approached them outside of Shultz Cafeteria and began to scream, "Get them, get them now."

All three men admitted to ULM police their involvement, but they say it was a joke and they didn't know either of the victims.

The victims ran to their vehicle and locked the doors. However, police said, the keys were left in the trunk lock. One victim exited the vehicle to retrieve the keys when she said the Mustang returned with its lights off and the males screaming to “get them now.”

ULM police arrested Micheal D. Andrade; Jerrick Avery Jones and Elijah Reed Walker.

All three claimed the incident was a joke as they didn’t know either of the victims.

Bond is set at two thousand dollars for each.

ULM officials released the following statement on the situation Tuesday afternoon:

“Three ULM students were arrested and charged with terrorizing on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The university is looking into possible disciplinary actions at this time, and the investigation is still ongoing.”
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