SHEPHERDSVILLE - On a bright sunny Monday in October 2013, Robert J. Pronovost II had plenty of things he wanted to do.
But one of them was not to go to prison.
So, instead, he called into Bullitt County Central Dispatch on Oct. 21 and said that there was a weapon of mass destruction in the judicial center or the sheriff’s office.
For a second time in a matter of months, buildings in the courthouse square were shut down and employees evacuated.
On Thursday, Pronovost entered a guilty plea for his involvement in the incident.
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