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Mass. man admits making threat against student that put Skidmore campus on lockdown

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A Massachusetts man admitted today in court to threatening a Skidmore College student. Lance Leonard, 49, of Cuttyhunk, Mass., pleaded guilty in Saratoga County Court to felony first-degree coercion. He had left threatening messages on the phone of the female student, who authorities said had just ended a relationship with him. Authorities tracked down Leonard in New Jersey after the student saw the messages. Before he was caught, the college campus was placed on lockdown, ...


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