Former A&M Employee Charged With Bomb Threat
Law enforcement at Texas A&M believe that a former employee is responsible for a bomb threat at the university last week.
Michael Francis Thomas, 43, was apprehended in the city of Bryan a few hours after the campus was evacuated on Friday morning.
At approximately 10 a.m., a Code Maroon was announced after someone found the word “bomb” scrawled on a mirror in the Clayton Williams Alumni Center. The building was searched and inspected for an hour. It reopened after officials determined that it was safe.
Thomas is a person of interest in another bomb threat at Kyle Field, but he has not been charged in that incident. He is in police custody at the Brazos County jail.
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