Suspect Arrested In Latest Texas A&M Bomb Threat
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — A former Texas A&M University employee has been arrested as a suspect in a bomb threat made against the campus alumni center.
A statement from the A&M campus police says Michael Francis Thomas was arrested in Bryan and charged with making a terroristic threat in the Friday morning threat against the Williams Alumni Center. The threat prompted the issuance of a “Code Maroon” advisory.
The statement also said the 43-year-old suspect has been charged in an unrelated credit card abuse case and is “a person of interest” in the bomb threat against A&M’s Kyle Field football stadium on Wednesday.
No bombs were found in either threat.
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