Two teen girls were put on probation for admitting to making threats against the victim of the
WTOV9.COM reports a judge sentenced the teens to 30 days in a detention center, but that sentence was suspended. However, if the teens violate the terms of their probation, they will be sent to a detention center.
During Thursday's pretrial hearing, the teens admitted they threatened the victim, known publicly as Jane Doe, on Twitter. The judge accepted that admission to count two against the teens, which was misdemeanor telecommunications harassment.
In exchange for that admission, the state dismissed Count 1 and Count 3, which were felony intimidation of a witness or victim and misdemeanor aggravated menacing.
During their six months of probation, the teens will need to do 40 hours of community service.
Attorneys representing the teens asked that their phones be given back to their clients and the judge granted that request.