Police: Hudson Valley Man Phones in Bomb Threat to Gov. Building
A governmental building in the Hudson Valley received a bomb threat leading to a local man's arrest.
On Wednesday around 10:15 a.m., the Sullivan County Community Services in Liberty received a bomb threat via telephone, police say.
Sullivan County sheriff's deputies responded to the scene and immediately conducted a search of the area without finding a bomb.
The phone call was then traced and led to a suspect in the Village of Monticello. About two hours later sheriff's deputies and Monticello police officers located and arrested Xzavier Oladipo, 30, of Monticello.
Oladipo was charged with the felony of making a terroristic threat. He was sent to the Sullivan County Jail without bail.
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