A Lockwood teen arrested after a bomb scare at Crowder College in late 2015, has been sentenced to two years unsupervised probation with a suspended imposition of sentence.

A Lockwood teen arrested after a bomb scare at Crowder College in late 2015, has been sentenced to two years unsupervised probation with a suspended imposition of sentence.
The case of Anthony Volkman, 18, who was charged with making a terrorist threat, was concluded Tuesday during a pre-trial conference before Judge Gregory Stremmel in Division II of Newton County Circuit Court. The case was moved back to Newton County Jan. 24 on a change of venue from McDonald County, to where it had been moved earlier on a change of venue.

Read the complete story in the Feb. 1 print edition of the Neosho Daily News.