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A woman that was previously arrested for making bomb threats to the McDonald's in Fran has been arrested again after allegedly threatening to blow up two Wantage schools. According to the New Jersey Herald, Amanda Toth entered the NJ State Police barracks on March 11 with another person and both said they were receiving threatening texts from an unknown number.
Toth received messages that told her to kill herself while the other person received a message saying someone was going to "blow up her kids and their school." According to the New Jersey Herald, the unnamed person has two children that go to the Clifton E. Lawrence School and Sussex Middle School and a search of both schools found that there were no bombs.
The 26-year-old was reportedly arrested on March 28 after police discovered that the phone containing the "TextNow" app used to make the threats was in Toth's possession when the threats were made.
Toth has been charged with two counts of false public alarm, third-degree terroristic threats and fourth-degree false report to law enforcement.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.