LSU Bomb Scare Suspect Indicted
US Attorney Don Cazeyoux says a federal grand jury has indicted the man accused of phoning in a bomb scare at LSU Monday.
William Bouvay Jr. will now face federal charges of making a bomb threat, which carry a penalty of up to 10 years in prison if convicted. He could also face fines of up to a quarter-million dollars.
There's been no indictment as yet on any state or local charges. Bouvay's motives for the bomb scare are being withheld for now.