Teens Richard DelPesce and Corinne Terris accused of making threats against Massapequa High School on Facebook

Both teens allegedly made threats against Massapequa High School on Facebook. (6/5/14)

MASSAPEQUA - Two teens have pleaded not guilty in court Thursday to making threats against Massapequa High School on Facebook.

Richard DelPesce, 17, and Corinne Terris, 19, were charged with making a terroristic threat. Terris was also charged with criminal solication. According to a criminal complaint filed in court, the two teens had a conversation on Facebook two days ago where they talked about bringing marijuana and guns to the school. DelPesce allegedly said they would "start blowing heads off."

A parent notified the district about the threatening messages. The district then contacted the police.

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A woman at Terris' home in Massapequa refused to comment. DelPesce lives in Seaford and students say he switched schools and did not graduate from Massapequa High School.

Both teens are due back in court next week.

 

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