Man Who Called in Bomb Threat to Erie County 911 Identified
A WNY man, who called in a bomb threat recently, has been identified and faced charges in court today (March 5).
Sean Vungar of Tonawanda was in court Tuesday, arraigned on one felony count, according to WGRZ. Vungar, who called in a bomb threat to the Erie County 911 call center, was charged with making a terroristic threat. He is being held on $10,000 cash or property bail and will be back in court on Thursday at 9:30 am. He is accused of calling in the threat on February 9, telling employees that a bomb was in the building and it was going to explode. No bomb was found after a 2-hour search.
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