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The man who threatened a school will not be standing trial after his competency exam. Monday, 59-year-old Robert Miller was deemed incompetent to stand trial but is restorable according to the exam results. Judge Jeffrey Reed ordered Miller to be committed to the Northwest Psychiatric Hospital in Toledo. Miller was indicted on two counts of inducing panic. The Allen County Sheriff's Office says Miller sent a threatening letter to his ex-wife that included messages of blowing up Pandora-Gilboa School and an unnamed priest. The threat prompted a lockdown at the school back in May.
59-year-old Robert Miller was indicted by the Allen County Grand Jury for two counts for inducing panic. The charges stem from threats made in a letter to his ex-wife that mentioned blowing up Pandora-Gilboa School and an unnamed priest. According to the Allen County Sheriff's Office, Miller's ex-wife brought the letter to them and they presented it to the prosecutor’s office who decided to pursue charges on him on May 7th.
An Allen County man is in custody after sending his ex-wife a threatening letter that mentioned Pandora-Gilboa School. According to the Allen County Sheriff's Office, 59-year-old Robert Miller was taken into custody Tuesday afternoon, during an Ohio State Highway Patrol traffic stop on U.S. 30. Miller had a warrant out on him for inducing panic. Yesterday, Miller's ex-wife brought a letter she received from him to the Allen County Sheriff's Office.