FULTON, Ill. (KWQC) — UPDATE: Blake Dornbush negotiated a plea to a count of disorderly conduct. His initial charges of threats to a school and harassment were dropped. Dornbush will be serving 24 months of probation and will be serving 100 hours of community service.
18-year-old Blake Dornbush was arrested last month after Fulton High School went on lockdown due to a reported threat.
Police say Dornbush was upset about a girlfriend possibly cheating on him. He then started threatening to damage her friend's car and that he'd come after them "locked and loaded."
Police said Dornbush turned himself in, admitted to the messages, and apologized to the girlfriend and friend.