Lovett pleads guilty to Yik Yak threatsNews

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By Elisa C. Marques

paris_lovettFormer MVC student Paris G. Lovett pleaded guilty after being charged by the Saline County Prosecuting Attorney with class D felony for making a terrorist threat on Nov. 19, 2015.

Lovett was arrested after posting the following anonymous message on the social media application “Yik Yak”:

“We should have been wiser and tried to help you sloppy European f–ks”, and “But it’s a new age and I can write (sic) my ancestors wrong and just start killing y’all off,” and “Inform them b—h idc there’s so much hate in my heart you will never understand.”

Lovett was granted a suspended imposition of sentence and will be on unsupervised probation for two years.

For more information see our earlier coverage.

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