A man convicted of calling in bomb threats targeting several downtown Youngstown buildings now faces sentencing in July.

During a hearing in U.S. District Court on Tuesday, 26-year-old Dion Taylor pleaded guilty to one count of willfully making a threat. A plea agreement filed with the case remained sealed under court order as of Wednesday.

In December 2019, authorities said Taylor called 911, claiming bombs were planted in the George Voinovich Building on West Federal Street and the County Courthouse on Market Street.

Searches of the buildings turned up no threats.

Taylor, who was tracked down and arrested by Youngstown police along the Marshall Street bridge.

Local charges filed against  Taylor were dismissed after a federal grand jury indicted him.

U.S. Marshals continue to hold Taylor in their custody as he awaits sentencing scheduled for July 15.