Nicholas Olson pleads guilty to disorderly conduct charge

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MILWAUKEE — Nicholas Olson pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct in court on Thursday, January 3rd. This, after admitting to scrawling a bomb threat in a bathroom at Greendale High School during Homecoming week.

Olson was accused of writing “3 DAYS TIL BOOM JK OR AM I?” on a bathroom wall at Greendale High School on Thursday, September 20, 2012. The message was discovered and Greendale police were immediately contacted.

Detectives used school video surveillance, handwriting comparisons and interviews to narrow down the suspects. Olson was taken into custody on Tuesday, September 25th.
The threat forced school officials to move the GHS Homecoming Dance to the Greendale Middle School on Saturday night. During that time, the high school underwent a couple of canine searches and was locked down for safety’s sake. Official say no explosive devices were located.

Olson will be back in court for his sentencing on Friday, February 8th. He faces up to a $1,000 fine or imprisonment for 90 days.

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