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Bomb Hoax Caller Faces 3 Years in Prison

Published: September 17, 2013 | 1:09 pm
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The Ministry of Internal affairs has arrested another hoax caller. Television stations, the Tbilisi Airport, the Parliament, and most recently, a Procredit Bank branch, have recently been affected by a series of false bomb threats. The 112 telephone call telling of a bomb at the Khashuri branch of Procredit Bank came in yesterday evening. Law enforcement agencies later established that the threat was false, and no explosive devices were found. They established the identity of the caller, and arrested him several hours after the hoax call was made. The detainee is an adult male, and if found guilty, will face a prison term of up to 3 years.

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