Man who made threats against Camden schools in May has been sentenced to one and a third years in state prison. Bradley Davis Jr. was initially charged with making a terroristic threat but pleaded guilty to attempted making a terroristic threat. New York State Police said the threat was made over Facebook messenger, and in it, Davis indicated that he planned a school shooting at an unidentified school in the district. Camden schools were closed until they found Davis at a friends house. He did not have any access to weapons at the time of his arrest.