MACON, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia woman has admitted making false threats to blow up daycare centers.
U.S. Attorney Charles Peeler in Macon said in a news release that 26-year-old Jasmine Bradley pleaded guilty Monday to conveying false information and perpetuating a hoax.
Prosecutors say Bradley used Facebook to make a bomb threat in April 2017 against the Child Care Network School in Macon, where she worked. The message said a bomb had been planted and someone would “blow up every little face in that center tomorrow.”
Investigators determined Bradley had posted the threat. After they arrested her while she was at work at the school, she admitted making other threats to that daycare and others in the area.
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She faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.