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Bond set for woman who threatened to bomb Children's Hospital

Michelle Cole (Provided by Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Michelle Cole (Provided by Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
AVONDALE, OH (FOX19) -

A $35,000 bond was set Wednesday for the 30-year-old woman accused of sending a threat through Facebook to bomb Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

"...I don't care if I have to sacrifice a bunch of kids I will bomb you and your m----- f----- kids," reads an Aug. 27 Facebook message from Michelle Cole to the hospital, according to court records.

Cole, who lives in Silverton, was arrested early Tuesday on one count of making false alarms.

She was booked into the Hamilton County jail at 4:45 a.m.

Cole has a history of mental issues, court records show.

She pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to a 2005 menacing charge. She made several threats to attack and kill an employee who was trying to help her come to a nurse's station at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, records show.

The court acquitted her by an insanity ruling as she underwent treatment at Summit Behavioral Center, records state.

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