Carbondale man arrested for threatening Glenwood Springs area schools
CARBONDALE, Colo. (KJCT) - Deputies in Pitkin County announced Wednesday that they arrested a man accused of making online threats to schools in the Glenwood Springs area. Multiple agencies became involved after the Dillon Police Department informed the Carbondale Police Department of a potential threat made towards schools in their area.
After the man’s phone was tracked to Carbondale, he was identified as 26-year-old Charles Draughn. Police say he was found and arrested about two hours later in Old Snowmass, where he works.
Both the Roaring Fork and RE-2 School Districts issued a secure order on all schools out of an abundance of caution.
Draughn is currently being held in Pitkin County on an active felony warrant out of Summit County.
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