#1 Ohio firework company receives multiple bomb threats after Trump tweets out praise by Cincinnatus 04.07.2019 18:00


Pathetic little coward.

Multiple bomb threats were called in to an Ohio-based fireworks company Tuesday night -- just hours after President Trump thanked the CEO for donating the explosives to light up Washington D.C.’s Fourth of July celebration.

The Youngstown Police Department received a 911 call from the Phantom Fireworks headquarters on Belmont Ave. after the office received two calls threatening that “there was a bomb in the building.”

Officer Brad Ditullio with the Youngstown Bomb Squad told Fox News on Wednesday the first threat was called in at 8:30 p.m. by a man claiming there was a bomb in the building and everyone “needed to get out.”

He hung up, but three minutes later another call came in, with the voice saying “Tik-tok, tik-tok” before hanging up again

Police were dispatched to the building and the bomb squad appeared a short time after.

Ditullio said that he called the Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital to use their bomb-sniffing dog to secure the property.

It took authorities around an hour and a half to clear the building, eventually finding that there was no explosive in the building.


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