HARNETT COUNTY, N.C. — A Campbell University student is in jail after he threatened to shoot up the university Thursday.

This comes just two days after a former High Point University student was arrested with an attempt to shoot up the school.

Harnett County police arrested 18-year-old Willard McKiver Thursday afternoon when someone tipped them off that he was going to shoot Campbell University.

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Students there say they are shocked and never thought something like this could happen at such a small school.

Campbell University took to Facebook with a response to the threat.

Police say McKiver is charged with communicating a threat of mass violence. He's in jail on a $250,000 bond.

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