Arrest Made - Brunswick Will Resume Class Monday

Stefan D. Prince
Stefan D. Prince

ALERT: Brunswick, OH - Brunswick Police Department have made an arrest in connection with the bomb threats to the high school. Stefan Prince,19 years old, either is or was a student in the school system.  School will resume tomorrow. 

Brunswick High School will reopen on Monday, February 12th after Brunswick Police arrested a 19-year old connected with placing two threatening phone calls to the district last week. The individual was charged with inducing panic. High school administrators, working in partnership with Brunswick Police, have developed a plan for additional police and security throughout the high school on Monday, February 12th as a supportive measure.

Stefan Prince was arrest Sunday morning around 10:30 a.m. while staying over a friend's house. Prince was arrested without incident. He is currently charged with inducing panic, a fourth degree felony, punishable by up to 18 months in prison and up to a five-thousand-dollar fine.

The district wishes to express its appreciation to the Brunswick community, including BHS students and parents, for their patience and support during this difficult time. Also, the Brunswick City School Board extends its appreciation to administrators, BHS staff, City of Brunswick, Brunswick Police Department, Medina County Prosecutor Dean Holman, media, and those who supported the process by phoning in information that aided the investigation.

Questions have been raised regarding the number of days that need to be made up at the high school because of the incident. The district is in contact with the State Department to determine the final number, which they plan to share with the Brunswick community and media within the next week.