BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB)- The man
accused of calling in a bomb threat to LSU's campus last fall has pleaded
guilty prior to his trial date.
Jr., known as "Boobie," 42, of Baton Rouge pleaded guilty to a state of
Louisiana charge of communications of false information of a planned bombing on
said Bouvay faces up to 28 years in prison for the phone call he made last
September. There was no word on when he will be formally sentenced.
was originally scheduled to begin on April 22.
charges against Bouvay were dropped, so the state of Louisiana case could move
forward. The state case carries more time in prison.
said Bouvay called the EBR 911 center on Monday, Sept. 17 at 10:32 a.m. and
told the operator there were three bombs placed around the LSU campus. The call
was recorded. In the police report from the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's
Office, what Bouvay said to the 911 operator was recorded.