Crime

Suspect in Fountain Valley School bomb scare pleads guilty

SECURITY-WIDEFIELD, Colo. - The man accused of plotting to set off a smoke bomb at Fountain Valley School back in May pleaded guilty in court on Thursday. 

Bryan Scott Bolding pled guilty to Felony Menacing.

Along with Felony Menacing, he was originally facing charges of Possession and Use of a Hoax Incendiary Device, Terrorist Training Activities, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor, Conspiracy, Attempting to Influence a Public Servant, Reckless Endangerment, and Child Abuse Without Injury.

Bolding who was also an employee with Fountain Valley was arrested on May 16 along with his accomplice, his 16-year-old son. 

He has been denied contact with his son.

Sentencing for Bolding will be December 14. 

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