Former students charged with bomb threats unable to accept plea agreement

VERO BEACH – The former Vero Beach High School students allegedly involved with phoning in a series of bomb threats to the high school last year were unable to accept plea agreements on Monday.The pair, Taren Stage and Brittany Walker, were  in court Monday to accept the plea agreements negotiated between their lawyers and the State Attorney handling the case. Stage had his case delayed until March 3. No reason was given for the postponement and lawyers refused to comment.Walker, who allegedly made one of the phone calls, had also expected to enter a plea, but will have to wait until Thursday at 1:30 p.m., because of a delay in filing paperwork involving her case.The two then-students were allegedly involved with making six phone calls between March and April of last year claiming there was a bomb on the Vero Beach High School property and causing the school to evacuate all school buildings.

Making a false bomb threat is a felony punishable to up to 15  years in prison.

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