Oklahoma City man remains jailed in Governor's Mansion bomb threat
BY ADAM KEMP NewsOK.com
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY - One of two people arrested in a bomb hoax that caused an evacuation of the state Capitol last week remains in jail Tuesday, authorities said.
Eric Randolph Thompson, 45, of Oklahoma City, and Whittni Nikole Butts, 18, of Dover, were arrested on complaints of threatening to use a bomb to unlawfully damage real property and false impersonation of another, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Troopers arrested the pair after a woman called 911 about 10:30 a.m. Friday and said a bomb would explode at the Governor's Mansion and another building.
The patrol reports the bomb threats were made against the Governor's Mansion, 820 NE 23, and the Tuscany Village Nursing Home, 2333 Manchester Drive.
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From left to right, Eric Randolph Thompson, 45, of Oklahoma City, and Whittni Nikole Butts, 18, of Dover