William Ingle

Piqua man pleads guilty in school shooting threat

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William Ingle, now 22, pleaded not guilty in early August to making false alarms in the alleged May 22 threat on the Piqua Junior High School.

RELATED: Piqua man, 21, pleads not guilty in school threats case

Police Chief Bruce Jamison said police received a call that Ingle made threats including “shooting up” a school, using explosives and referring to other school shootings as “amateurs.”

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Ingle subsequently was charged with the additional felony involving the girl. 

Judge Christopher Gee found Ingle guilty and ordered a pre-sentence investigation. Sentencing will be Dec. 17. 

Ingle remains in the county jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

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