Terroristic Facebook post lands a Cleveland resident in jail
BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. (WDEF) – On the morning of October 5, 2017, Bradley County 911 was notified by a Tennova employee regarding a threat.
Tennova security had been alerted of a post on Facebook written by 22-year-old Jordan Hughes.
Cleveland Police Department PIO Sgt. Evie West says the post stated, “ I bet Whirlpool will remember my name if I shoot the place up”.
The statement was posted on Jordan Hughes’s Facebook timeline on October 5, 2017 sometime between midnight and 5:00 a.m.
Hughes is currently in custody for terroristic threats and harassment. Whirlpool security/staff has also been advised of this incident.
(Booking photo not yet available).