Naseem Abdus-Salaam (23, Delaware) was sentenced yesterday by Delaware County Common Pleas Judge James P. Schuck to 10-12 years in prison after being convicted by a jury earlier this year. Abdus- Salaam was prosecuted and convicted of inducing panic for making bomb threats to Delaware Hayes High School in May of 2022 and for stalking and intimidating a witness.
The Court imposed a 4-6 year sentence in prison for the inducing panic conviction. The Court also imposed an additional 6 years in prison for the additional convictions of menacing by stalking, intimidation of a witness, and violation of protection orders.
“I am thankful the victim in this case can rest now knowing that this man is behind bars for 10-12 years.” Delaware County Prosecutor Melissa Schiffel said. “Thank you to the Delaware Police Officers who investigated this case, and to our assistant prosecutors Jaqueline Rapier and Dan Cogley for their efforts to seek justice for everyone involved.”