Friday, October 12, 2012

Man Calls In Bomb Threat To Get Off Work
Rogersville police arrested a Church Hill man Thursday morning, charging him with filing a false report. 23 year old Brandon Powers is accused of calling in a bomb threat at the TRW plant on August 22nd. The call was made to a security guard, claiming there was a bomb inside the building, and to get everyone out. The evacuation of the building cost TRW over 1 million dollars of lost production. Witnesses came forward after the company offered a reward. They say that Powers wanted to get out of work. (jb)

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