Man Who Made Threats Against Camden Schools Sentenced
An Oneida man who made threats against the Camden Central School District in March was sentenced today in Oneida County Court.
22-year old Bradley Davis was sentenced to one and-a-third to four years in state prison.
Davis had previously entered a plea of guilty to making a terroristic threat.
State Police say an acquaintance of Davis called police because he was concerned about messages he had received via Facebook messenger in which Davis indicated that he planned a shooting at an unidentified school in the Camden School District.