Wantage Woman Arrested After Making Bomb Threats to Franklin McDonald's

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A Wantage woman was arrested after making several bomb threats to the Franklin McDonald's and some of its employees on Monday, according to the Advertiser News South. Amanda Toth allegedly used an app to disguise her cell phone number in order to send the threats.

On Monday, police reportedly received a call from the owner of the local fast food joint stating he had received a bomb threat via text message and that an employee had received a similar message that said people would be injured at the business. The building was deemed safe after police cleared it and an explosive detection canine searched it.

During that time, another McDonald's employee allegedly received a threatening text message while at their Hamburg home. Another explosive detection dog was used to search the employee's residence and determine it was safe.

The 26-year-old is facing charges that include causing a false public alarm, identity theft, and cyber harassment.

Read the Advertiser News South story here.

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