Edmond police have death threat suspect in custody
EDMOND, Okla. – Edmond police have arrested the teen accused of making death threats at an Edmond church in custody Monday morning.
Authorities said the suspect, 18-year-old Michael Seockjin Moon, went to the First Presbyterian Church of Edmond and threatened to kill the employees.
He did not make threats towards any Edmond school, they were just locked down as a precaution.
Officials said they found Moon at the Edmond Racquet Club where someone reported he was playing tennis.
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