The teen who took a pellet gun to Scott High School earlier this month, causing panic and a standoff with Toledo police, has pleaded guilty to several charges.
Louis Stroude, Jr., 14, was found delinquent Wednesday of illegal conveyance of a deadly weapon for having a knife in his book bag, possession of an object indistinguishable from a gun, and inducing panic.
The Stroude youth is to be sentenced on Jan. 16.
Toledo police were called to the central city high school on Dec. 2 for a report of a student with a gun.
After more than an hour-long standoff with the teen, the boy was taken into custody and officers found the gun was not real, though it looked real, police said.