Plea deal reached for man who made terroristic threats in Monroe

The man accused of making a terroristic threat and triggering a bomb scare in Monroe last year reached a plea deal Tuesday.

The man accused of making a terroristic threat and triggering a bomb scare in Monroe last year reached a plea deal Tuesday. (4/18/17)

MONROE - The man accused of making a terroristic threat and triggering a bomb scare in Monroe last year reached a plea deal Tuesday.

Abdurrahman Qadan, 26, pleaded guilty to the charge in exchange for a shorter sentence.

The Oregon man will spend six months in jail and five years on probation. Normally, the sentence would be a two-year prison term.

The deal comes after a psychiatric report uncovered Qadan's mental health issues.

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