INDICTMENT HANDED DOWN ON ATLANTIC COUNTY BOMB THREATS

Two from Vineland are implicated in bomb threats that shut down two schools and the Atlantic County Court House in Feb. Raheem H. Brown, a 36 year-old male, and Kemon Powell, a 40 year-old female, both of the 800 block of East Wood Street, Vineland, NJ, were each indicted for four (4) counts of terroristic threats, three (3) counts of false public alarm, and one (1) count of conspiracy, in connection with telephoned threats made on Feb. 4, 2014 that bombs had been placed in three Mays Landing public buildings and that a Superior Court Judge would be harmed. Both defendants remain in the Atlantic County Justice Facility. Brown is lodged in lieu of $500,000 cash bail. Powell is lodged in lieu of $200,000 bail, cash or bond.

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