Baton Rouge woman accused of terrorizing

Baton Rouge woman accused of terrorizing

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A woman was arrested and charged with terrorizing after making threats to an employee at the City Parish Attorney’s Office.

It happened on July 23rd at around 2:30 p.m.

Sheryl E. Morrison, 55, allegedly told the employee that she was going to come to City Hall and 'go Columbine'. According to a probable cause report, when asked if she was serious, she told the victim that she meant it and 'had her car and stuff ready.'

The victim told authorities that this was not the first time Morrison has made threats to them, and she feared for her life because she felt Morrison's threats were real. This is not the first time Morrison has made threats. Just days before the incident on July 19th, a victim accused Morrison making threats via telephone calls. The victim told police that Morrison began calling her at around 9:05 p.m., threatening to harm her. That victim also told police that she felt Morrison would follow through.

Morrison was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison, and she was charged with terrorizing within the city limits of Baton Rouge and improper telephone communication.  

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