Man pleads guilty in LSU bomb threat
BATON ROUGE - The man accused of calling in a bomb threat to LSU entered his plea in a Baton Rouge courtroom Monday.
William Bouvay pleaded guilty to charges of communicating of false information of a planned bombing on school property and habitual offender.
Bouvay made the call in October of 2012. Police say he used the emergency 911 call featured on a deactivated phone to make the October 2012 call.
Bouvay now faces 28 to 40 years behind bars.
Sentencing is set for June 28.
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