UTICA, N.Y. -- A guilty verdict came back in the terror threat trial of former Utica College student, Fahrudin Omerovic, in Oneida County Court Tuesday.
During the trial jurors were brought back to the events of March 5 and 6 of 2018 that had the city of Utica fearing the worst for the students and staff at Utica College.
After just six days of testimony, and less than two hours of deliberations Omerovic has been found guilty of two counts of making a terroristic threat.
Sentencing is scheduled for January 29.
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