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Plea in school bomb threat case

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MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - Former River Oaks teacher David Reyna pleaded guilty Monday morning in connection with bomb threats at area schools.  

Reyna was scheduled for trial beginning Monday in Ouachita Parish court.  He was accused of making bomb threats at River Oaks, St. Frederick and Ouachita Christian School in late September. He initially pleaded not guilty.

Reyna is out on bond and is scheduled to be sentenced February 28th. The court has his passport and other travel information. He is not permitted to travel outside the state.

According to our KNOE reporter in the courtroom, Reyna pleaded to one charge of communicating false information of a bomb threat on school property, because he only made one phone call.

The maximum sentence could be 20 years with or without hard labor.   Our Lyndsey Price was in the courtroom and will have more on the plea on KNOE 8 News and here at KNOE.COM

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