WSU resident advisor arrested following Stimson Hall bomb threats

PULLMAN, Wash. - A Washington State University student faces multiple charges stemming from bomb threats found written on the walls of the university's Stimson Hall..

Jose Andres Tecuatl, 18, faces three counts of threatening to bomb and three counts of felony harassment, according to officials. 

He is a sophomore at the university and worked as a resident advisor in Stimson Hall. 

Officials said they seized a computer during the initial search of his room, and found evidence on it that connected Tecuatl to the events in Stimson Hall.

Last week, police evacuated the residence hall following another bomb threat, the third in recent memory. Last Monday, swastikas and a "vague bomb threat" were found scratched into the walls of Stimson. 

 

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