RICHMOND, RI — Warwick detectives’ investigation of a Dec. 5 bomb threat note found at Bishop Hendricken High School led to charges for a Richmond woman Jan. 16, Warwick Police reported.
Bishop Hendricken cafeteria workers found a note taped to a vending machine in the school’s cafeteria early that morning threatening ‘a bomb in 3 hours’. Warwick officers and detectives responded and began an investigation, finding no bomb or sign of danger at the school.
On Wednesday, as a result of the investigation, Janelle Blacklock, 37, of Richmond, RI, was charged with Bomb Threats and Similar False Reports. She was held for arraignment with a bail commissioner.
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