A man who said he endured bullying and harassment in high school is accused of making threats to dish up some vengeance of his own.
Police said 38 year-old Jason Carroll Moss made those threats on a Marshall High School 20 year reunion Facebook page.
They said other Marshall H.S. alums read the post and notified police.
Investigators said Moss wrote that he'd been bullied and harassed during his time at Marshall.
Police said Moss wrote that 20 years ago, he wanted to kill those who had hurt him and he said he'd stayed away from his high school graduation because he "would have started the Columbine shootings early."
Police said he finished his post by saying he was still seeking vengeance on those who had bullied and harassed him in high school.
Police said other Marshall alums planning to attend the school reunion contacted them.
Investigators said Moss' threatening words disturbed other alums who were concerned that he'd harbored his anger for 20 years and still threatened to take vengeance.
Police arrested Moss on Friday and charged him with harassment.