MONROE (AP) — A former River Oaks teacher has pleaded guilty to making school bomb threats.
The News-Star reported David Reyna entered his plea Monday on the opening day of his trial in Monroe.
Reyna was arrested Sept. 28 and accused of making bomb threats against River Oaks, St. Frederick and Ouachita Christian schools on Sept. 24.
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.
Reyna will be sentenced in February and faces up to 20 years in prison. He remains free on $200,000 bond.