Prison Time Ordered for School Threat
Prison time is ordered for the man accused of calling in a bomb threat at Coleman High School. 24-year-old Jacob Peterson of Coleman was sentenced to three years’ initial confinement followed by two years of extended supervision Friday. In March, he pleaded no contest to a felony count of making terrorist threats after he allegedly left a threatening voice mail for the district last October, forcing an evacuation. Law enforcement officers searched the school, but found no evidence of anything that presented any danger to students or staff.