SAN ANTONIO - Former John Marshall High School students held their 20-year reunion Saturday night as they tried not to think about the former classmate arrested for a threatening Facebook post. In it, 38- year old Jason Carroll Moss mentioned columbine and seeking vengeance against classmates who bullied him.
While the Facebook posting did pose concern for reunion goers they still had a good turnout. An estimated 150 people attended the family style reunion at a home just north of San Antonio. And while Moss signed up to attend he did not show up.
Moss posted bail earlier in the day on Saturday after he was arrested on harassment charges. Police say Moss admitted to posting the comment because he was planning on attending the reunion and did not want to be picked on.
Police monitored Moss' actions in the days leading up to his arrest. They also patrolled the reunion site as a precautionary measure.