Youth Pleads Guilty to School Threats

Ruling on Juvenile on Hold (WNWO)

The youth facing charges for threats against two area schools pleads guilty on Thursday.

Lucas County juvenile prosecutor Lori Olender tells NBC 24 the 14-year-old admitted to the threat against Maumee High School.

The youth faced a second charge for threats against St. John's High School.

Olender said the case will now be handled by the Probation Department.

The youth is a first time offender who has no record.

Juvenile Judge William will take all under advisement and render a decision at the next

court appearance at 8 a.m. on March 20.

The youth remains in detention until any any new decision is made.

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