By BRIAN ROGERS
Jan. 20, 2011, 1:34PM
A Crosby High School student is being held in lieu of a $10,000 bail after being accused of posting a video online in which he threatened to kill two assistant principals, one of whom is pregnant.
Judge McGriff, 18, allegedly put a video on Facebook and YouTube in which he threatened both assistants principals and said, "I will stab you and your unborn baby."
One of the principals saw the video online this month.
In November, McGriff was caught with contraband prescription medication and sent to an alternative school, according to court records. He posted the threatening videos in an effort to be re-enrolled in his school.
According to court records, McGriff said in the video that one of the assistant principals, "should not have kicked him out of school."
McGriff appeared in state District Judge Jim Wallace's court this morning on charges of retaliation, a third-degree felony. If convicted, he faces a punishment ranging from two to 10 years in prison.
McGriff's attorney, Steven Greenlee, said he suspects the teen has some emotional and psychological problems and has requested a psychiatric evaluation.
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