Davis Released on Bond After Mass Shooting Threats

Jacquelyn Stewart and

PENSACOLA, FL – Shane Rei Davis, 23, was released on a $250,000 bond on Oct. 21. As a condition of his bond, Davis must report to the Pre-Trial Release office weekly, wear a GPS tracking device, stay away from the University of West Florida, and continue to see a physician.

Davis was arrested on Sept. 24 by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Department, in conjunction with the FBI. According to the State’s Motion to Modify Bond, Davis made over 100 threats to commit a mass shooting at the University of West Florida.

According to the arrest report, the threats were made on Sept. 22 via an online game. Davis reportedly made statements, such as “I just have to get 34 kills to be a legend,” “you will see the biggest school shooting,” and “you will all feel my pain.”

Davis plead not guilty to the charge of “written threat to kill or injure” on Oct. 12. Davis is set to appear before Judge Darlene Dickey for Felony Docket Day on Dec. 8.