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Grand Blanc Man Charged with School Bomb Threats

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton has charged a 27-year-old Grand Blanc man with making false bomb threats aimed at several schools in the Grand Blanc School District.

The suspect is charged with one count of making a false report of a bomb threat, a 4-year felony, and one count of the associated charge of using a computer to commit a crime, a 7-year felony

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courtesy Michigan State Police
courtesy Michigan State Police
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Genesee County Schools Bomb Threat Suspect in Custody

The Michigan State Police (MSP) Flint Post announced yesterday that a suspect is in custody for a bomb threat made on November 4, advising that five bombs had been placed in unnamed Genesee County Schools

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