A teen accused of making threats against Crivitz High School is convicted and sentenced. A deal reached between prosecutors and 17-year old Brett Bedora should allow the Crivitz teenager to avoid prison. Bedora was arrested and charged after police searched his home in January, and allegedly found firearms and notebooks containing threats against the Crivitz school and a fellow student.
Bedora Thursday entered no contest pleas to misdemeanor charges of Disorderly Conduct, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Possession of a Dangerous Weapon by a Person Under 18. Marinette County Assistant District Attorney Kent Hoffmann says Bedora’s sentence had to communicate the seriousness of the offense. Bedora was ordered to serve 90-days in jail, a longer sentence than prosecutors had recommended. He’ll also be on probation for two years.
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