Friday, June 30, 2017

Can't make this up...

Man Busted For Phoning In Bomb Threat To Police Used Pay Phone In Precinct Lobby

An Oklahoma man is facing a felony charge after allegedly phoning in a bomb threat to the Muskogee Police Department from a pay phone in the station’s lobby.
According to cops, Michael Prince Myers, 22, called 911 at 3:30 AM Tuesday to report that he "placed a bomb at the police station." Myers “also stated he was a terrorist and wanted to turn himself in.”
Investigators quickly determined that the call was coming from inside the precinct house and collared Myers, who is seen above. Myers, a Muskogee resident, is being held in the county jail for making a telephone bomb threat.
Myers, court records show, was convicted in 2013 on two felony burglary charges (for which he received a suspended seven-year sentence).

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