A Miramar student was arrested after he allegedly posted threatening messages on Snapchat, police said.
Myron Adams, 18, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of intimidation-written threat to kill or injure, for making the threats at H.D. Perry Education Center, police said.
"Dawg I'm Done With This School I'm Done Tryna Be Nice To B----es I'm Done Trying to Motherf---ers Bruh I'm Done With Everything And EVERY F---ING ONE MAN IM DONE," one message said, according to an arrest report.
"MY REVENGE STARTS NOW WATCH HOW MY PLAN COME TO IN TO WISHON B--CH HOPE YALL B----ES DIE SOONER THAN YOU FAKE ASS B----ES COULD POSSIBLY THINK OF..............SEE YOU B____ES SOON," said another, according to the report.
The report said Adams also posted two selfies, one with "i'm not okay" posted above his head, the other saying "emotionally unstable."
Adams was taken into custody at the school on Wednesday. He was booked into jail where he remained held on $7,500 bond Thursday, records showed. Attorney information wasn't available.