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Texas teen accused of posting video threatening to be the next school shooter

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A Granbury teen is accused of posting a video and stating she was the next school shooter, according to deputies with the Hood County Sheriff’s Office.

Officials identified the teen as Sierra Noel Mendoza, 17. She was arrested over the weekend and free Monday after posting $2,500 bail.

Mendoza, who attended STARS Accelerated High School in the Granbury school district, could not be reached Monday for comment.

Deputies began an investigation Saturday after receiving information that Mendoza had posted the video.

Mendoza faces a charge of exhibition, threat or use of firearms, a Class A misdemeanor. In Texas, a person is considered an adult at 17.

Granbury school district spokesman Jeff Meador said in a Monday email that there was no known existing threat against students or the school. The district is on spring break this week.

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