Twenty-year-old Jenson Schack was acquitted on all charges last week following three days of deliberation from a 12-member jury in Cortland County Court.
Schack was accused of threatening Cortland High School back in March when he posted videos of himself shooting an automatic firearm on social media with threats in the caption, including one that read “watch out Cortland High School.”
He was facing several felony accounts of making terroristic threats for the incident.
Since his arrest, Shack has been at Cortland County Jail awaiting the deliberation he finally received Thursday (November 1) afternoon.
He was ultimately pronounced not guilty and released from custody shortly thereafter.
Cortland County District Attorney Patrick Perfetti says he does not plan to pursue a retrial.