Charges To Be Dropped Against Methuen Teen Accused Of Making Terror Threats In Rap Video

METHUEN (CBS) – Charges against a Methuen High School student for allegedly making bomb threats in an online rap video have reportedly been dropped.

Cameron Dambrosio, 18, was arrested back in May and held without bail after allegedly posting a video suggesting he wanted to kill people and outdo the Boston Marathon bombings.

“…Ya-ll want me to (expletive) kill somebody? So when you see me (expletive) go insane, and make the news…and the (expletive) federal house of horror known as the White House, Don’t (expletive) cry ! (expletive) a Boston bomb, wait til you see the (expletive) I do !” Dambrosio allegedly wrote.

The Eagle Tribune reported on Friday that Dambrosio was released from jail after an Essex County Grand Jury declined to indict him on a charge of communicating a terrorist threat.

The District Attorney’s office reportedly said it plans to drop the charges.


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