A Breinigsville teen charged with threatening to hurt a Parkland High School student in June is facing new charges -- for alleged drug-related offenses -- after a traffic stop last month.
Upper Macungie police say Nicholas Ibarra, who turned 19 on Aug. 9, was charged after police found a small amount of marijuana and other drug items in his car after being pulled over for a traffic violation.
Police say charges were filed at the office of District Judge Michael Faulkner of Upper Macungie.
Patch previously reported that Ibarra waived an Aug. 12 preliminary hearing on charges of terroristic threats, criminal trespass and possession of weapons on school property in connection with the June incident at Parkland High.
Ibarra was upset over a past relationship, and in a text to his ex-girlfriend had threatened to kill a male student, according to a story in The Morning Call.
School officials caught Ibarra "without incident" before the start of classes.