A not guilty plea from a Lima teenager accused of calling in a bomb threat that caused the evacuation of Lima Senior High School back on March 6th.
Paul Miner Junior appearing by video in an Allen County Common Pleas Court room on Monday.
He was arraigned on two separate counts out of a grand jury indictment earlier this month.
He entered a not guilty plea to one count of inducing panic and to one count of vandalism.
If convicted he could face up to 8 years for the inducing panic charge and 12 months for the vandalism charge.
Bond was not set today and a pretrial is scheduled for July 18th.
17 year old Miner was bound over from juvenile court to be tried as an adult.