Remember the Loyola University student who, while seemingly suffering from some extreme form of test-taking anxiety, sent a series of bizarre messages to campus police? Today the student, 21-year-old Evelyn Hubbard, was indicted in relation to the incident, according to a press release from U.S. Attorney Jim Letten's office.
The indictment says Hubbard "knowingly and willfully did transmit in interstate commerce a communication to the Loyola University Police Department that contained a threat to injure the person of another," specifically referring to her message saying she had a Mamba pistol with "five bullets in it for five professors at Monroe Hall."
If convicted, Hubbard faces a maximum of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. I'm sure right about now an "F" on a biology exam doesn't seem so bad after all.
The indictment (in PDF form) is after the jump.