NPD: 20-year-old threatens to blow up police station

NPD: 20-year-old threatens to blow up police station
Brandon Daniels, 20, faces a charge each of communicating of false information and planned arson. (Source: NPD)

NATCHITOCHES, La. (KSLA) - A man is behind bars following an alleged threat to blow up the Natchitoches Police Department.

Man arrested after alleged threat to blow up police station

Brandon Daniels, 20, faces a charge each of communicating of false information and planned arson.

Just after noon on April 27, a dispatcher with the Natchitoches Police Department answered a phone call from a person (identified as Daniels) threatening to blow up the police station.

Natchitoches Police arrest individual for threatening to blow up the police station On April 27, 2021 around 12:07...

Posted by Natchitoches Police Department on Thursday, April 29, 2021

NPD’s Criminal Investigations Division and the High Tech Crime Unit were called for assistance. They were able to find where the call came from, in the 500 block of North Street.

Daniels was placed under arrest without incident, according to police.

According to NPD, the charge of communicating false information of planned arson is a felony charge and carries a maximum prison sentence of 15 years.

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