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Georgian teenager Quartavius ​​Mender threatens to kill police officer after rapper Young Thug is arrested

A Georgia teenager has been charged with 23 counts of threatening terrorism after he allegedly threatened to kill the Fulton County Sheriff for the arrest of rapper Young Thug as well as several arrests of members of the YSL organization.

Quartavius ​​Mender, 18, was arrested on May 26 after allegedly making death threats on Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat’s Instagram posts, according to FOX 5.

The threats were made after Atlanta Young Thug rapper Gunna and 26 associates were arrested and charged with racketeering.

Officials said Mender wrote that he would kill Labat, his wife and Atlanta Public Schools Police Chief Ronald Applin if one of the defendants was not released.

“We take these kinds of brazen threats seriously,” Sheriff Labat said. “Cyberbullying on social media and hiding behind a keyboard will not protect someone from criminal prosecution. Our investigators are diligent in finding individuals who want to harm anyone, and I am grateful for keeping me, my wife, and all citizens of Fulton County safe.

The charges against Mender are crimes.

Young Thug is charged with conspiracy to violate Georgia’s RICO law as well as participating in a criminal street gang.

He was denied bail because Fulton County Judge Ural Glanville said he feared the rapper posed a danger to the community.

The rapper, whose real name is Jeffery Lamar Williams, is accused by prosecutors of belonging to a violent street gang called Young Slime Life.

Prosecutors say the gang committed crimes including murder, shootings and carjackings.

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