Salem, Ore. – At approximately 3:40pm, today, Marion County Sheriff’s Detective Ted Burwell arrested a Chemeketa Community College student in connection with two of the recent threats against the College.
Danielle M. Sylvia, 27, of Salem was arrested following an interview at the Sheriff’s Central District Office in Salem.
Sylvia was booked into the Marion County Jail and charged with two counts of Disorderly Conduct 1, and five counts of Menacing. Her bail is set at $35,000
All charges are class A misdemeanors that carry a jail sentence of up to one year and a fine to be determined by the court. She is scheduled for her first court appearance on Thursday, March 8th at 1:00pm, in the Court Annex on Aumsville Highway SE, in Salem.
Sylvia told Detectives that she is enrolled as a nursing student at Chemeketa and that she had tests due on February 13th and again on February 27th. She admitted making both calls, but denied having any involvement with the call on March 1st.
Sylvia told detectives she made one call from her cell phone and the other from the cell phone of her landlord. Phone records lead detectives to Sylvia.
News Release from: Marion Co. Sheriff’s Office