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Bristol Woman Charged for May Bomb Threat of Local Bank

A Bristol Borough woman mad at her bank has been charged for calling in a bomb threat.

The incident played out on May 15 at 11:20 am when PNC Bank officials received a call from a disgruntled customer who made comments about a bomb, police said in court documents. 

PNC Band officials identified the suspect as Emily Doyle, 34 of Bristol. and said she had made the menacing remark in a phone conversation with bank employees. 

The bank was shut down and evacuated with a K-9 unit brought in from Warrington Police Department to perform a bomb sweep of the area in and around the bank police said in court records, with no explosive devices being found. 

Credit: Rhiannon Gomez

Police later on interviewed Doyle, who later admitted to making the threat over the phone out of frustration about a transaction in her account not being corrected. 

Doyle provided a written statement to police admitting to threat and also saying she would never harm anyone.

She is charged with misdemeanor false alarm to a public safety agency, terroristic threats, and making false reports. 

Doyle was not arrested at the time of the incident and was charged by mail with a preliminary hearing date scheduled for September 22 in Bristol Borough District Court. 

 

 

 

 

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Bristol Woman Charged for May Bomb Threat of Local Bank

A Bristol Borough woman mad at her bank has been charged for calling in a bomb threat.

The incident played out on May 15 at 11:20 am when PNC Bank officials received a call from a disgruntled customer who made comments about a bomb, police said in court documents. 

PNC Band officials identified the suspect as Emily Doyle, 34 of Bristol. and said she had made the menacing remark in a phone conversation with bank employees. 

The bank was shut down and evacuated with a K-9 unit brought in from Warrington Police Department to perform a bomb sweep of the area in and around the bank police said in court records, with no explosive devices being found. 

Credit: Rhiannon Gomez

Police later on interviewed Doyle, who later admitted to making the threat over the phone out of frustration about a transaction in her account not being corrected. 

Doyle provided a written statement to police admitting to threat and also saying she would never harm anyone.

She is charged with misdemeanor false alarm to a public safety agency, terroristic threats, and making false reports. 

Doyle was not arrested at the time of the incident and was charged by mail with a preliminary hearing date scheduled for September 22 in Bristol Borough District Court. 

 

 

 

 

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