Police: Man made online threats referencing Columbine shooting

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A Saugerties man has pleaded guilty after police say he made online threats related to the Columbine shooting.

Investigators went to Connor Chargois' house after they received a tip that he was posting comments online talking about the two shooters from Columbine.

Police say they found ammo, gun parts and a prototype firearm.

Chargois was charged with criminal possession of a weapon.

He is expected to be sentenced in February.

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