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LSU bomb suspect pleads guilty

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William Bouvay Jr., 42, of Baton Rouge was arrested for allegedly phoning in a threat that he had placed three bombs on the main LSU campus. / East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office William Bouvay Jr., 42, of Baton Rouge was arrested for allegedly phoning in a threat that he had placed three bombs on the main LSU campus. / East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A 43-year-old Baton Rouge man has pleaded guilty state court to calling in a bomb threat that closed LSU's main campus for more than 12 hours on Sept. 17.

William Bouvay Jr. faces a prison term of 13 to 28 years under the terms of a plea agreement.

District Judge Lou Daniel ordered a presentence investigation and scheduled a June 28 sentence date. Bouvay will continue to be held without bond. He was slated to stand trial April 22.

Bouvay pleaded guilty as charged to a felony count of communicating false information of a planned bombing on school property.

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