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Plymouth Man Behind Bars for Fake Bomb Threat

PLYMOUTH, Ind. (WOWO): A Plymouth man is behind bars for calling in a phony bomb threat.

19-year-old Brentlyn Jones was arrested after calling in a fake bomb threat to the Plymouth Public Library on Saturday. Police investigated the bomb threat and ultimately traced the phone call back to Jones. He admitted to making the call and also admitted to stealing several items from the library before phoning in the threat.

He is currently being held on charges of theft, false reporting of a bomb, and illegal consumption of alcohol.

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