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Former TAMU Employee Arrested, Charged for Bomb Threat at Alumni Center

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Updated 6:45 p.m. – A former employee at Texas A&M is reportedly the person behind at least one of the bomb threats at the campus this week.

Television station KBTX in College Station reports Michael Thomas was arrested Friday morning, in connection with today’s bomb threat at the Clayton Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.

Thomas has been charged with making a terroristic threat. Thomas is also a person of interest in the bomb threat earlier this week involving Kyle Field.

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A former university employee has been arrested and charged for making two bomb threats against the campus this week.

According to Channel 13, the employee is connected with two threats at Texas A&M University. The threats prompted campus security personnel to issue separate “Code Maroon” alerts in both incidents.

A threat was made this morning against the Clayton W. Williams, Jr., Alumni Center. The building was cleared and reopened about an hour later.

Another threat was called in Wednesday evening, alleging a bomb was placed near Kyle Field. That incident resulted in the evacuation of neighboring buildings, and university officials to request for federal help in investigating the matter.

Today’s threat was the fifth incident requiring a Code Maroon alert this school year.

Stay with NEWS 92 FM as we bring you more on this developing story…

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