A teacher at Calhoun County High School in Hardin faces up to five years in prison for making a bomb threat at the school.
The suspect is identified as Joseph D. Meyers, 47, of the 12700 block of Missouri Bottom Road in Hazelwood, Missouri.
Michelle Lynn Smith of Jerseyville accused of making bomb threat
Authorities allege that Michelle Smith left a letter in a restroom at Calhoun County High School in Hardin, warning “this school is going down today. KABOOM!”
A maid saw a sign on a motel room door that said there was a bomb inside the room, and a robot was sent into the room and found two gas cans with wires.
Federal prosecutors accused her of threatening to blow up her school through a note that warned, “This school is going down today. KABOOM!”
Authorities say 49ers Pro Bowler shouted he had a bomb
An American Airlines flight from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport was taken to a remote area at Kansas City International Airport and searched after it landed because of a bomb threat.
Police say a man was arrested after threatening to set off several bombs near the Gateway Arch in downtown St. Louis.
Kansas City police on Tuesday morning evacuated about 600 people from City Hall and closed streets in the area after someone called to say a bomb was placed in the building Monday afternoon.