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August 9, 2012 12:04 PM

SLO High teacher gets 5 years of probation for making criminal threats

Brian Miller, a San Luis Obispo High School teacher arrested on suspicion of making threats against San Luis Coastal district employees in March, has pleaded no contest to criminal threats and was sentenced to five years of probation Thursday.

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