Former prep referee will stand trial on bomb threat charges

Aaron Schreiber (Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections)
Aaron Schreiber (Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections)

JUNEAU -  A man accused of making a series of bomb threats - and is also accused of working a prep referee while on the sex offender registry - will stand trial.

Aaron Schreiber waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday in Dodge County court, according to online court records. Arraignment is scheduled for March 7.

He faces a total of 41 counts: 15 counts of making a bomb scare, ten counts of being child sex offender working with children, and 16 counts of bailjumping.

Schreiber allegedly made a series of bomb threats in the Waupun area, including calls to a school and hospital.  Authorities also say he is a registered sex offender and allegedly violated registry rules by refereeing school sporting events for middle and high schools. Schreiber's license with the WIAA was revoked last year.