Man Charged With Sending Over 50 Anthrax Hoax, Bomb Threats

A Connecticut man is charged with sending more than 50 anthrax hoax and bomb threat letters to recipients including government officials and buildings, federal authorities said.

A complaint charging Roland Prejean, 43, of Thomaston and Morris, Connecticut, was unsealed Wednesday, the Department of Justice said in a statement.

“This defendant is alleged to have sent more than 50 letters nationwide, in which he threatened to kill numerous victims, by shooting them, bombing the buildings in which they work or exposing them to a substance that he claimed was, but was not, anthrax,” David Fein, U.S. attorney for the District of Connecticut, said in the statement.

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