Lebanon teen sentenced to 40 hours community service for inducing panic

A 17-year-old Lebanon boy was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service and placed on probation for inducing panic on Sept. 5 at Lebanon High School.
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A 17-year-old Lebanon boy was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service and placed on probation for inducing panic on Sept. 5 at Lebanon High School.

A 17-year-old in Lebanon was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service and placed on probation for inducing panic on Sept. 5 at Lebanon High School, according to court records.

On Monday, during a hearing to the Warren County Juvenile Detention Center, Magistrate Andrew Sievers also suspended 10 days in detention, with credit for time served, and barred the boy from having access to weapons, according to filings in the case.

He was detained before being placed on house arrest on Sept. 12, while the case was pending.

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“Students heard (the teen) state in class that he was going ‘to shoot up the school’ ” on Sept. 5, according to charging documents.

The boy was arraigned on Sept. 6 in an incident unrelated to a morning lockdown on Sept. 12 at the school on Drake Road in Lebanon.

No charges were filed as a result of the lockdown.

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The boy is also required to continue attending virtual school, according to the sentencing entry.