I had been planning a quiet day catching up on paperwork, but then this happened... Took about 8 hours for the investigators to track this guy down, and I'm up early because we will run an enhanced detail in the building at least through the morning. We found out this app has been used for similar threats at UGA and Alabama recently as well. It is a location-based bulletin board, where you don't have to sign up to post, just download the app. It shows you the other posts from like the 500 users closest to you, and they disappear fairly quickly. The company was cooperative, and provided enough info that we could make the case, though. http://www.wdam.com/story/26595385/...ke-arrest-after-threatening-social-media-post "HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -The University of Southern Mississippi Police Department arrested Brandon Hardin, 20, in connection with a social media threat. Hardin, a business major from Carriere, Miss., is being charged with posting a computer threat to cause injury. Officials say this is a felony offense. Hardin allegedly made an anonymous post on the social media application, Yik Yak, that threatened members of the University community. The message posted read, "The red will flow tomorrow in JGH. I recommend missing class."...(snip)"