A 16-year-old Moosomin teenager received a conditional discharge for her part in a bomb hoax at McNaughton High School last April.
The teen pleaded guilty to mischief in last Monday's session of Melville Provincial Court in connection with the bomb threat that forced the evacuation of the high school April 26 and its closure for two days.
Her guilty plea follows guilty pleas to mischief charges entered last April by two other teenage girls. The pair, who were both 15 at the time of the incident, were also given conditional discharges and wrote letters of apology.
"I'm sorry for everything I did," the teenager told Judge Darren Chow prior to sentencing.
The teen cannot be named under provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
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