An Eau Claire County woman will be on probation for three years after she admitted faking text message threats from a former boyfriend. Brittany Frane reached a plea agreement Monday. If she doesn’t break any laws the felony terrorist threat charge will be reduced to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct and an identity theft charge will be dismissed. Frane used an app that allowed her to send messages threatening to kill her and her family, and attack the school district. Classes were put on hold. The app made it appear the former boyfriend sent the texts. Frane will have to do community service, write letters of apology to her victims, and have no other contact with them.

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