Louisiana teen turns himself in after making threats to police

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BOSSIER CITY, La.– The Bossier City Police Department received reports Friday about threats that were made on a specific Bossier City Police Officer.

The threat came from Kemonte Gilmore, of Bossier City, in a video on social media.

Credit: Bossier Sheriff's Office

Credit: Bossier Sheriff’s Office

In the video, the suspect was behind a the officer’s vehicle in a fast food drive-thru.

The 19-year-old stated that he wanted to shoot and kill the officer along with frustrations about recent officer involved shootings.

A warrant was issued for Public Intimidation and signed by a District Court Judge.

The bond was set at 500 thousand dollars.

Investigators began looking for Gilmore Friday afternoon.

Gilmore turned himself in to Bossier City Detectives around 04:30 p.m., without incident.

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