Air soft gun shooters released from jail

A 911 call brought Bowling Green city police to the Wooster Street home of two students yesterday at 3:46 p.m. Students, Trenton Fledderjohann and Michael Osborne, names were not released in yesterday’s BG News story. The two were suspected of having firearms, which the police found to be air soft guns. The students were playing in their front yard when police arrested them.

Fledderjohann and Osborne were charged with inducing panic and taken to the Wood County Justice Center. They were later released upon posting bail. They appeared before a judge this morning to make their plea. The maximum punishment for their charges, a first degree misdemeanor, is six months in jail and a $10,000 fine.