Thursday, November 11, 1999

Colerain student on house arrest




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A Colerain High School senior arrested Tuesday for having a small homemade bomb in his backpack was placed on house arrest Wednesday after posting a $2,000 bond.

        Andrew Cost, 19, of Green Township was charged with having a deadly weapon on school property, a felony.

        He has been suspended and school officials are recommending expulsion.

        The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department said the bomb was a carbon dioxide cartridge about 31/2 inches long. It was filled with smokeless small arms gunpowder and had a fuse attached.

        Classes were not disrupted Tuesday and continued Wednesday without incident.

       



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