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Covenant Christian Bomb Threat UPDATE

A 13-year-old Mount Pleasant, S.C. teen has been charged with a 15-year felony terrorism charge in his home state after he emailed a false bomb threat to Covenant Christian School on January 19th of this year.  The boy was involved in online gaming with two local teens, one of which was targeted as a victim.

The three young teens interacted at some point while online gaming before the threat was received at the school.  The threat stated that the targeted teen had a bomb in a backpack.

Another bomb threat situation took place at Mason County Eastern School on January 29th of this year.  So far no links between the two threats and the state and nationwide automated rash of bomb threats has been made.

Rescuing Sandy Continues

Crews returned to work, day two of rescuing Sandy.  The fishing boat sank over the weekend in the Pere Marquette Lake Channel for the second time in three years. 

The weather made things difficult for the crews to fully get the vessel out of the water and stabilized.  Along with the weather, heavier equipment had to be brought in due to the weight of the vessel filled with ice and water.

The efforts were suspended around 6 pm Thursday night.  Crews will continue to rescue Sandy Friday.

Stay tuned as this story continues to unfold.

Two Men Arrested At Auto Value Auto Parts Store In Manistee On Embezzlement Charges

A 37-year-old Manistee man and a 27-year-old man from Kaleva were arrested yesterday, February 2, 2016 on allegations of embezzling more than $1,000 but less than $20,000 from the Auto Value Parts store in Manistee where they were formally employed.

Both men were able to post bond and have had appearance dates set in 85th District Court in Manistee.

The embezzlement charge carries up to five years in prison and/or $10,000 or three times the amount embezzled, whichever is greater.

Elevated Lead Levels Found In Children Within 49431 Zip Code

WMOM News brought to light a Detroit News article published January 28, 2016 on the elevated levels of lead in the blood of children locally and statewide.  The article highlighted three years of samples that showed elevated levels of lead in the states children.  Some causes can be traced to old homes with lead paint and soils contain lead as well.

With the Flint water crisis at its peak, WMOM News had a chance to talk with Ludington City Manager John Shay about the city of Ludington and the 49431 zip code area.  He assured WMOM News that the water provided to the city of Ludington was lead free.  He offered several documents showing the results of testing.  He was unable to offer any reasons for the elevated levels in the 49431 zip code area.

This is a developing story.  Log on to our Facebook at, WMOM fm Radio to see the story from the Detroit News.

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