Teen pleads to reduced charge in fake bomb case

Sep 06, 2013 -- 11:15am
- HOMER, Alaska (AP) - A Homer teenager has been placed on probation after pleading guilty to a reduced charge in a fake bomb incident earlier this year. The Homer News reports 18-year-old Zachary Fraley accepted a plea agreement charging him with disorderly conduct. He was initially charged with first-degree terroristic threatening for placing a fake bomb near a stairwell at Homer High School last May, resulting in the school's evacuation. Fraley also received a suspended imposition of sentence last week. He was ordered to complete community service and write letters of apology to the school and local newspapers. He can petition to have the conviction set aside and removed from his record if he fulfills the terms of his probation.
 

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