STOW, OH (WOIO) - Seven months after placing the call, the trial of a man accused of phoning a bomb threat to a high school has begun.
Prosecutors say Spirlin J. Edwards called Stow-Munroe Falls High School May 8, 2015 and told the receptionist there was a bomb in the building and it would "go boom."
Students and staff evacuated the building but a search turned up nothing.
Edwards is charged with inducing panic and telecommunications harassment.
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