Lewis & Clark HS threat suspect released from jail again Monday
SPOKANE, Wash. — UPDATE: As of Monday night, Ryan Lee is no longer listed on the jail roster. In court Monday afternoon, his bond was set at $300,000. It appears that has been posted.
A teenager accused of making threats against Lewis and Clark High School is back in jail.
Ryan Lee was first arrested last June for threats he made on Instagram against LCHS and against two specific students in May. Investigators traced an IP address back to Lee’s home and arrested him.
In January, a different Instagram username made threats similar to the ones police say Lee made last spring. They traced an IP address back to his home. He was arrested again and charged with new counts for the second threat.
His parents posted bond so he could be released in both cases. His release conditions included no contact with minors under the age of 18 and no use of the internet or social media. He also was prohibited from having dangerous weapons or posting images of firearms.
He was arrested March 8 for violating terms of his release. KXLY 4 is looking into what terms he violated. He will appear in court Monday afternoon.
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