SPRINGBORO, Ohio — The student facing felony charges in connection with a bomb threat made at Springboro High School in April wrote over 1,000 apology letters to his classmates, The Dayton Daily News reported.
Andrew Stadler, 18, is accused of making a bomb threat that caused his school's evacuation on April 27. He has been charged with inducing panic, a second-degree felony, and making false alarms, a fifth-degree felony.
Stadler began mailing notes this week, according to a Facebook post from Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell.
In his post, Fornshell said although Stadler was required to write the letters, he wrote each one of them himself.
“I think this young man showed great courage in his message to his fellow students and should be commended for his efforts to create a positive impact out of this situation,” Fornshell said in the post.