MACON, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia woman has been charged with threatening to blow up daycare centers where she’d been employed in the past.
Federal prosecutors on Friday said 26-year-old Jasmine Jaquel Bradley of Macon is charged with making interstate bomb threats.
Prosecutors say she texted employees of Bright Star Learning Center in Macon multiple times in January, telling them a bomb would go off if they opened the facility.
Prosecutors say that on Monday, a Facebook user wrote on the Child Care Network School’s website that a bomb was planted underground and vowed to “blow up every little face in that center.” Prosecutors say they later traced that threat to Bradley.
Prosecutors say Bradley had worked at both daycares.
It wasn’t immediately known whether Bradley has a lawyer who could be reached.
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