A pair of University of South Alabama students were arrested this week after making terrorist threats, according to school officials.

According to a university spokesperson, 21-year-old Jaleel Hughes of Mobile was arrested on Tuesday, September 10 and charged with making a terrorist threat.

The following day a second USA student was arrested and facing the same charge.

Police arrested 21-year-old Jack Christensen of Birmingham Wednesday, Sept. 11 and charged him with making a terrorist threat. 

Officials say the second incident was brought to the attention of USAPD by a university employee. In the course of the investigation, the suspect was observed on security camera allegedly committing the act a second time.

Due to an ongoing investigation, school officials say they cannot provide additional information at this time. 

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