Man charged with making bomb threats

A Muskegon County man is facing felony charges for threatening to blow up buildings in Detroit and Muskegon.
WZZM-TV
Jun 22, 2013

 

Charles Alexander, 56, of Fruitland Township was charged Thursday with one count of making a false report of a bomb.

A police SWAT team arrested Alexander at his home Wednesday night after he told a crisis hotline operator to "get body bags ready ... because people were going to die in the explosions."

Police said Alexander has a previous conviction for possessing illegal explosives.

He is currently in custody at the Muskegon County Jail awaiting a preliminary hearing.
 

Comments

zwesterhouse

More and more elderly people are doing what this guy did. One guy I talked to says his property taxes are so high that he can't pay them. Medications and treatments are unaffordable so he skips it. His Insulin pens for diabetes are $139 a piece and needles can run $40 a box. So he is going to choose prison. Three hot meals a day, free medical and dental and a roof that doesn't leak and no more property tax bills.

 

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