A Duluth mother is still being sought this week on a warrant issued last week by the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department for making a terroristic threat overheard by several parents in the parking lot of Berkeley Lake Elementary School.
April Nicole Johnson, 28, reportedly threatened to blow up the school located in nearby Berkeley Lake.
After parents reported the threatening comment to the school office, Principal Susan Bearse summoned Gwinnett County School Police Tuesday, May 14, to the school.
Upon investigating the incident, Johnson was charged with Terroristic Threats and Acts, according to the Gwinnett County School Police report. An arrest warrant for Johnson was issued by the Sheriff’s Department.
The incident occurred shortly after 3:30 p.m. May 14, according to the police report
Johnson’s address is listed in the report as 2109 Summerchase Drive in Duluth.
Shannon Volkodav, public information officer for the Gwinnett Sheriff’s Department, confirmed May 22 that Johnson had not yet been arrested.