BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- A Bowling Green High School student gets two years in prison for terroristic threatening.
Rosalio Grajeda admitted to police that when he was a student at Bowling Green High School last fall, he jokingly told other students he might shoot up the school, but he denied ever intending to actually do that.
Grajeda pleaded guilty to terroristic threatening on February 8. Monday Warren Circuit Judge John Grise found Grajeda guilty but mentally ill, saying he needed a comprehensive mental health evaluation and treatment plan.
Grise sentenced Grajeda to two years in prison, saying his treatment could most effectively be provided by committing him to a correctional institution. A status hearing is scheduled for March 5 to see if Grajeda's treatment has begun.