Judge: Evidence Exists To Try Bomb Threat Suspect In Monroe
MONROE, La. (AP) — A judge has found that enough evidence exists to bring former River Oaks School teacher and bomb threat suspect David Reyna to trial.
The News-Star reports Reyna was in court Monday for a preliminary examination hearing in which the prosecution presented evidence about the investigation and Reyna's alleged involvement in the Sept. 24 offense.
Reyna was arrested Sept. 28 and accused of making bomb threats against River Oaks, St. Frederick and Ouachita Christian schools.
He was booked on one count of communicating false information of a planned bombing of school property.
The three schools were temporarily evacuated. River Oaks dismissed classes for the day, while St. Frederick and OCS resumed classes. No explosives were found by police.
He pleaded not guilty during his arraignment Oct. 8.