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New Charges For Ex-Teacher Accused Of Catholic School Threat

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Bail was increased to $50,000 for a 56-year-old former physical education teacher arrested outside a bar while he was on bail after being charged with threatening a Catholic school.

Records show that Todd Duane Pomeroy remained Friday at the Clark County jail, a day after a judge said that if he posts bail he'll have to wear an electronic monitoring device.

Pomeroy is due in court May 21 in the school threats case.

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The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Pomeroy was arrested Monday on intimidation, battery and disorderly conduct charges after police say he threatened and spit on an officer who found Pomeroy throwing rocks at a southeast Las Vegas bar where he had been ejected.

Pomeroy was charged last month with leaving threatening voice messages at St. Viator Catholic School.