Man In Jail After Designating January 2nd As "Kill Cops Day"


This week, a person was arrested after posting threats on social media by which he dubbed January 2nd as “Kill Cops Day.”

It was Harlan Cyprian, of Covington, Lousiana, who uploaded the messages to his Facebook, elevating purple flags with different customers who alerted officers. According to officers, motion was “instantly taken to make sure the security” of native regulation enforcement. In his threats, Cyprian additionally straight referenced a “long-time and high-ranking” in his publish.

Man In Jail After Designating January 2nd As "Kill Cops Day"

Covington Police Department

What’s extra attention-grabbing is that when investigating Cyprian’s threats, authorities found that he was allegedly concerned in a break-in at a neighborhood police station on Monday when he used a choose az and broke a window and door on the St. Tammany Parish Justice Center. Cyprian has since been taken into custody and charged with felony terrorizing, resisting an officer with drive or violence and easy prison injury to property. 

“Individuals who make life-threatening feedback towards any of our residents, significantly towards our regulation enforcement professionals, shall be handled rapidly and to the fullest extent of the regulation,” says Covington Mayor Mike Cooper in a press release. “I want to thank the Covington Police Department and the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office for his or her fast actions in figuring out, finding and apprehending the suspect.”