Crowe then a senior at Interlachen High, was previously arrested in May on accusations he posted a threat to the school on social media

An Interlachen man who was arrested on May 9 on allegations he threatened school violence was arrested again Wednesday following a possible school shooting threat.

Baylee Crowe, 19, had his bond revoked after he reportedly approached several students Tuesday afternoon at an Interlachen High School bus stop and said he plans to “shoot up the school,” according to a Putnam County Sheriff’s Office press release.

School staff were told of the incident Wednesday morning. Crowe was later found and arrested, the release states. He is being held without bond and a risk protection order has been gotten to prevent Crowe from legally owning a gun.

Crowe was a senior at Interlachen High when he was arrested in May on accusations he posted a threat to the school on social media. He was released from jail on June 14 and fitted with an ankle monitor that would alert law enforcement if he went within 1,000 feet of a school.

Another condition of his release banned Crowe from approaching students at the school.