An 18-year-old Washington man arrested April 3 remains in jail on $5,000 cash bail after he threatened to kill his grandparents.

Conrad Freeman, 18, was charged with domestic violence terrorizing and violating a condition of release, according to court documents.

On March 8, Freeman was charged with terrorizing, threatening and criminal trespass by the Waldoboro Police Department.

Waldoboro Police Chief William Labombarde said Freeman was suspended from school March 7. He became uncooperative and refused to leave the building until police agencies arrived to escort him from the school.

Labombarde said Freeman threatened police, school administrators and the school resource officer when he was removed from the building.

No students were threatened at any time and the school was put into lockdown, he said.

Freeman was released on $1,000 cash bail following the incident. Bail conditions from the earlier arrest barred him from entering Medomak Valley High School grounds and contact with school personnel, according to court documents.

Last week, Knox County Sheriff's Deputy Matt Elwell served Freeman with a harassment notice by the Waldoboro Police Department. Freeman, described in the affidavit as agitated, told Elwell police would never find him if he violated the notice.

Shortly after, Freeman threatened his grandparents, telling them he would get a gun and kill them. He left their home on foot, and his grandparents called police because they feared he was going to Whitefield, where he has a friend that owns guns, according to the affidavit.

He also told them he was not afraid to return to jail and that he had a bullet for every cop.

Freeman was picked up on Route 17 by a friend who brought him to Rockland, where he was arrested by Rockland Police Officer Lloyd Daniels.

Freeman is expected in Lincoln County District Court Thursday, April 18, and in Knox County District Court Tuesday, May 16.

Court-appointed attorney David Paris of Bath will represent Freeman.

Courier Publications reporter Juliette Laaka can be reached at 594-4401 ext. 118 or via email at jlaaka@courierpublicationsllc.com.