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Eden Police Department – Getting it done!

“This is the way to stop stupid-ass fake bomb threats to the high school…

Monday morning around 7:50 AM, the Rockingham County 911 center received a telephone bomb threat regarding Morehead High School. Well, you know the drill. They moved all the students and faculty to the neighboring middle school and the football stadium. Police and fire department personnel searched the school and you know that they found nothing. They put out a public advisory with the details and asked for any information.

On Wednesday, September 30, 2009, Zachary Wayne Murphy of 407 NC Hwy. 700, Eden, N.C., was arrested at Morehead High School and charged with a False Bomb Report to a Public Building. According to the warrant, Murphy unlawfully, willfully, and feloniously did communicate a report by telephone to the Rockingham County 911 Center Telecommunication, knowing and having reason to know the report to be false, that there was located in a public building, Morehead High School, a device designed to destroy the public building by explosion. Murphy, 18 yrs-old, was confined in the Rockingham County Jail under a $100,000 secured bond and he is scheduled to appear in Wentworth District Court on October 14, 2009.

One dumbass securely in jail, but there’s more. Today at 8:45 AM, they got another bomb threat and the whole routine was repeated. Nothing was found (of course), and when everything returned to normal, the detectives started their work and interviewed people.

At the conclusion of this investigation, Brandon Lee Stanley, of 1235 Norman Drive, Eden, N.C., was arrested at Morehead High School and charged with a False Bomb Report to a Public Building. According to the warrant obtained by investigators, Stanley did unlawfully, willfully, and feloniously did communicate a report by telephone to the Rockingham County 911 Center Telecommunications, knowing and having reason to know the report to be false, that there was located in a public building, Morehead High School, a device designed to destroy the public by explosion. Stanley, 18 yrs-old, was confined in the Rockingham County Jail under a $100,000 secured bond and he is scheduled to appear in Wentworth District Court on October 14, 2009.

Now that’s the way you get things done. Two dumbasses, two arrests. Thumbs up to the Eden police department for their great work in closing these cases.

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