Colquitt teen allegedly uses fake Facebook to threaten to kill ex-girlfriend

| April 13, 2016

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MOULTRIE – A teenager in Colquitt County was arrested Monday for allegedly making threatening comments to his ex-girlfriend.

Gabriel Garza, Jr., 19, was charged with terroristic threats and acts by the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office, reports WALB.

Investigators said Garza used a fake Facebook account using his girlfriend’s name. She notified Colquitt County High School staff that Garza had sent texts threatening to kill her.

 

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  1. Mrs. Martinez says:

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