Robert Dell Johnson, Colorado Teen, Gets Probation For Threatening To ‘Go Columbine’ On School
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado teen who authorities say sought explosives and threatened to “go Columbine” on a school has pleaded guilty to felony solicitation to possess an explosive device.
Eighteen-year-old Robert Dell Johnson also pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor count of interference with operations at Palisade High School.
He received a four-year deferred judgment and two years of probation. The felony will be removed from his record if he stays out of trouble the next four years and completes 150 hours of community service.
A judge ordered him to get his GED and complete drug and alcohol treatment. He is barred from school grounds in Mesa County for four years.
In 1999, two teens killed 13 people and themselves at Columbine High School in Colorado.
Information from: The Daily Sentinel, http://www.gjsentinel.com
More on School Shootings