Ex-student pleads not guilty to threatening LSU-S, its workers

Ex-LSUS student pleads not guilty to threatening school, its employees
Former LSU-Shreveport student Amanda Charlene Sutherland, 36, recently pleaded not guilty in Seattle to charges that she made online video threats against the Shreveport school and its employees. (Source: KSLA News 12)
Former LSU-Shreveport student Amanda Charlene Sutherland, 36, recently pleaded not guilty in Seattle to charges that she made online video threats against the Shreveport school and its employees. (Source: KSLA News 12)

(KSLA) - A former LSU-Shreveport student is accused of making online video threats against the Shreveport school and its employees.

Amanda Charlene Sutherland, 36, recently was arraigned in court in Seattle.

She pleaded not guilty to charges that she made video threats from Washington state.

"You also kidnapped my children and ..." Sutherland can be heard saying in one video.

She is being held in King County Correctional Facility in Seattle, where she was booked the evening of Feb. 18.

Her bond has been set at $500,000.

It is unclear whether and, if so, when Sutherland will be extradited to Louisiana.

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