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Man charged with threatening Pinehurst teacher

Posted January 20, 2016
Updated January 21, 2016

Domonick Travell Weaver

— A Moore County man was arrested Tuesday and charged with threatening a teacher, authorities said.

Domonick Travell Weaver, 34, was charged with communicating threats, assault on a government official and resisting a public officer.

Weaver is accused of threatening a Pinehurst Elementary School teacher in some Facebook posts.

Following an investigation, authorities also filed charges of felony communicating threats, misdemeanor ethnic intimidation and misdemeanor cyberstalking against Weaver, and his bond was increased from $50,000 to $200,000.


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  • Janet Ghumri Jan 21, 2016
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    Ethnic intimidation? What does that mean? I'm not seeing the whole picture (from what is in this article).

    Standing up for your kids is admirable, but you need to set a better example for them than this. Kids pattern themselves from what they see you do, and this not what they should be learning at their fathers knee.

  • Kim Schrock Jan 20, 2016
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    Some of these teachers need a punch in the head. Just don't put it on Facebook first. The teacher was out of line. If your going to stick up for your kids I have no problem. Just have the common sense to fly below radar.

  • Donald Holder Jan 20, 2016
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    Well Janet, let's hope it wasn't his teacher he was threatening.

  • Janet Ghumri Jan 20, 2016
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    Not the best way to get your GPA up.