A Brighton man who admitted to making threats against the Churchville-Chili school district was sentenced Wednesday.
Joseph Lamica called the Churchville-Chili school district March 12 and threatened to “slit throats.” Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies said Lamica also called and threatened the Rush-Henrietta school district on the same day.
Federal prosecutors said Lamica was banned from Churchville-Chili after trying to make contact with a student he had previously babysat. Police said a search of Lamica’s home turned up notebooks detailing interest in young boys, digital images of child porn and a video of another child Lamica babysat last year.
Wednesday, Lamica was sentenced to two years in prison along with two years of post-release supervision on the charge of falsely reporting an incident.
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