CLEVELAND -- The last of three teens charged in connection with a series of threats at Orange High School last year has been given probation and ordered to pay restitution.
A judge stayed a possible sentence for the teen to a detention facility. In addition the teen will have to perform 150 hours of community service.
The teen admitted to multiple counts of inducing panic, a second degree felony.
The teen was one of three who sent email threat to Orange High School last fall. The school canceled classes three days due to the threats and increased security as a result.
Charges were dismissed against one of the other teens. The other was also given probation after pleading to multiple charges.
The Associated Press