Warren County inmate admits to threatening to shoot up synagogue

July 18, 2018 06:08 PM

An inmate who made comments in the Warren County Jail about shooting up a synagogue pleads guilty to a felony. NewsChannel 13's media partners at The Post Star report Justin Cabral of South Glens Falls faces up to seven years in prison.

He made the comments while being held on other charges.

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Cabral claimed he would be famous for carrying out the act.

Investigators found no evidence of a plot, but contacted area synagogues as a precaution.


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