(HAMILTON, OH) -- A teen who faced misdemeanor charges for his role in setting a pipe bomb that killed a friend of his will not face jail time.
Robbie Moser, 19, will have to perform 80 hours of public speeches about the dangers of explosives and poor decision making.
He will be on probation for three years, and has been ordered to not possess explosives.
Robert Moser, 19, was charged with involuntary manslaughter and illegally manufacturing or processing explosives, both felonies, and contributing to the unruliness of a minor, a misdemeanor. He was not indicted on the felonies and those charges were dropped. He was sentenced on the misdemeanor charge of contributing to the deliquency of a minor.
Moser, two other juveniles and their friend, Daniel Ferraro, were trying to blow up a wooden fort in West Chester in early January when Ferraro was hit by debris from a video camera during the explosion and killed.