Posted by Trina Edwards - email
COLERAIN, OH (FOX19) - A former Target employee is behind bars, accused of threatening to blow up the store and kill employees.
Police say Jeremy Stegman, 31, of Cincinnati, made 14 threatening phone calls to the store on Colerain Ave. within a 2-day period. His threats ranged from threatening to kill employees to exploding a bomb in the building.
Stegman has been charged with two counts of telecommunication harrassment and two counts of making false alarms. He was also picked up on an open warrant for telecommunication harrassment involving the same Target store.
He is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center. His arraignment is set for Thursday morning.
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