Bond set for Youngstown bomb threat suspect
The man accused of calling in a bomb threat involving several downtown Youngstown buildings was in court on Wednesday afternoon.
Dion Taylor, 25, is facing several felony inducing panic charges, resisting arrest, and possession of marijuana.
Taylor allegedly called 911 on Monday and said bombs were planted in the George Voinovich Building on West Federal Street and the County Courthouse on Market Street.
Taylor was tracked down and arrested by the Marshall Street bridge.
He pleaded not guilty to the inducing panic charges.
His bond is set at $45,000.
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