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Woman Pleads Guilty to Threatening the MAFB

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A California woman pleaded guilty to threatening the Minot Air Force Base back in 2012

Tiffany Anderson, 24, called the Minot Air Force Base multiple times falsely reporting that there was a bomb on base. Then, in December, Anderson called the Minot Pubic Schools Head Start program located on the base threatening to shoot children at the school.

During Anderson's plea, she admitted she was making threats to cause trouble for her former boyfriend who was an Airman stationed at the base.

Anderson used an Internet service to hide her voice. But, after further investigation, law enforcement was able to trace the calls back to her.

Each charge has a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine.

Anderson is scheduled to appear in District Court in Bismarck on February 3, 2014.

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