Missouri S&T sophomore Hunter Park’s trial by jury 9 a.m. May 5 in Boone County Circuit Court.
MU Police Department arrested Park who allegedly posted on the anonymous social media platform two threats which sparked widespread panic on MU’s campus.
This is not the first time Yik Yak has been a part of a campus safety issue.
Suspect arrested for Yik Yak threats Hunter M. Park is a 19-year-old student at Missouri Science and Technology.
“Some of you are alright,” the first yak said. “Don’t go to campus tomorrow.”
Officials say the reports of theft were not related to any university-level breach.
On Feb. 28, two victims were killed and one left injured after a now-dead suspect shot them.
He cited a 2010 SWAT raid in Columbia as his motivation behind the DDoS attacks.
The suspect first told the victim he was a 10-year-old girl.
Students and staff attending the forum encouraged cyberbullying-based revisions to the MU Code of Conduct.