HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - A man pleaded guilty Friday to inducing panic and criminal trespassing after making threats to students at Hamilton High School.
Dylan Hammons, 18, was sending texts messages to multiple students that frightened his classmates.
The students who received the messages alerted school authorities and they held Hammons at school until police arrived, according to officials.
Police said Hammons was immediately sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years supervised control.
He also received a 180 day charge for inducing panic and must stay away from those he sent the messages to.
Hammons will also not be allowed within 2000 ft. of any Hamilton school, according to reports.