The Utica College threat suspect was back in court Tuesday, but for unrelated charges.

23-year-old Fahrudin Omerovic is facing a felony count of second degree identity theft and petit larceny.

According to court documents, he's accused of using a family friend's identity to purchase two-vacuum cleaners at a cost of $564.

Court documents show he placed the order through the college's bookstore website and had the shipment addressed to him.

"I've had an occasion to speak with the complainant, the cardholder, who actually is a lifetime friend of Fahrudin and his parents, and I've discussed these allegations at length with them, and there may be some questions as to whether my client actually had permission to use the card and make these purchases, but that's something we're going to develop down the road,” said Fahrudin Omerovic's Attorney John Raspante.

The identity theft case is now headed to a grand jury.

In the meantime, Omerovic's bail has been increased to $105,000.  He's being held at the Oneida County Correctional Facility.