Judge Sets Bail In Ouachita Parish Bomb Threat Case
MONROE, La. (AP) — A former River Oaks School teacher, who allegedly called in several bomb threats, has posted a $200,000 bond and released from custody.
Prior to posting bond Thursday, David Reyna was ordered to surrender his passport.
Judge Stephens Winters also ordered that Reyna cannot have any contact with any school institution in the state. The court also strongly suggested Reyna remain within the jurisdiction of the state.
The News-Star reports Reyna was arrested late last week and accused of making bomb threats against River Oaks, St. Frederick and Ouachita Christian schools on Sept. 24.
The three schools were temporarily evacuated. No explosives were found by police.