A Hancock girl was sentenced Wednesday to an indefinite period of supervised probation for threatening to blow up her school bus in April.
The 13-year-old girl, a student at the Alternative School at South Hagerstown High School, acted indifferent when Washington County Circuit Court Judge John H. McDowell asked her if she had anything to say on her behalf.
"No," the girl said, later shrugging her shoulders when McDowell asked her how she felt about the possibility she could be removed from her home. The girl chose not to have a lawyer.
McDowell ordered the girl to stay away from her bus driver, Carol Hockenberry, even if she had to find alternate transportation to school.