ROSENBERG, Texas - A warrant has been issued for a George Ranch High School student who is accused of making a terroristic threat on Tuesday.
Authorities said Grayson Harris, 19, brought a gun to the school and threatened two students who were inside a vehicle that was parked in front of the school.
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Around 2:35 p.m., Harris was attempting to get two students to engage in a fight in front of the school, according to the Rosenberg Police Department.
When the students did not get out of the vehicle, Harris brandished the butt of a gun, authorities said.
Harris continued to instigate a fight with the students while exposing the butt of the gun. Harris also made threats that he was going to shoot them, according to authorities.
The driver of the vehicle left the scene, authorities said.
A warrant for terroristic threat was issued for Harris with a bond amount of $5,000.
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