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Gulfport Man Makes Fake Bomb Threat at Girlfriend

GULFPORT, Miss.–A man was arrested earlier in the week in Gulfport and police say he made a false bomb threat against his girlfriend of all people.

According to the Sun Herald 21-year-old Aiden Isaac-Cooley was having an argument with her when he claimed a bomb was in her house.

Shortly after the bomb squad arrived at her home and found nothing after searching it.

He is now facing charge of falsely reporting an explosive device and the max penalties for it are 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Isaac-Cooley has since bonded out on a $5,000 bond.

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