Ryan Lee is free again. According to the Spokesman-Review, the student accused three separate times of threatening to shoot students at Lewis and Clark High School – is again out of custody after posting a six-figure bond.
Late Monday evening, Lee posted $300,00 in bail.
Lee was arrested on Friday on accusations that he used the internet, which is in violation of court order.
The man accused of making a series of Instagram posts threatening to shoot up Lewis and Clark High School faced a judge Monday afternoon for at least the third time in the last nine months.
Lee has been in and out of jail since June 2018, when he was initially arrested for making the threats. He was most recently arrested Friday, March 8, for violating the conditions of his release.