After threatening Front Range Community College (FRCC), a Fort Collins man has been sentenced to 18 months in Federal Prison. According to the Coloradoan, 30-year-old David Moscow, could have been sentence up to 10 years in prison, however, with plea deals and time served, he may be released from prison, and on probation as soon as February (2017).

Larimer County Sheriff's Office

After making threatening statements towards FRCC, Moscow was taken into custody. While in jail, he shared his intentions to fire-bomb the campus and to shoot a security guard. This led to Moscow being held on a 72-hour mental health hold. During this time, authorities obtained search warrants for his car and home, where they discovered an AR-15, a Glock handgun, large capacity magazines, and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
Soon after posting bail, Moscow violated his bond by driving too close to FRCC, and was arrested soon after. He was also later charged with aggravated driving under the influence in Arizona and for being a felon in possession of a firearm in Denver.
Parts of his plea deal that led to the 18-month prison sentence included agreeing to four years probation for making a credible threat towards the college, agreeing to undergo mental health evaluations and any recommended treatment.