Two Bomb Threats Called Into Local Business

Two bomb threats were called into 9-1-1 for a logistics company in Murfreesboro on Monday. The threats were made at Johnson Control. The first threat was reported just before 11, Monday evening. The second threat was reported at 2 in the morning. In each case the night shift staff was cleared from the building and police were summoned. 9-1-1 Dispatch advised officers on the scene that the phone call of the threat were made from inside the building.

During the second call, the unknown male told authorities that the bomb would detonate at 2:45 in the morning. The Tennessee Highway Patrol responded with a bomb sniffing dog, but no bomb was found. So far, no arrests have been made.


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