Police: Woman Who Made Bomb Threats Was Angry At Staff

By: Jared Cerullo Email
By: Jared Cerullo Email

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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wichita Police said a woman accused of calling a series of bomb threats to a local school was angry with school staff.

Prosecutors charged Shanna Loman, 27, with three counts of aggravated criminal threats and six counts of criminal threats.

Police reports indicate the woman is accused of making nine telephoned threats to Payne Elementary, 1601 S. Edwards, since November, 2009. No explosives were ever found.

A USD 259 school spokesperson said Loman was a volunteer at the school. Loman was in the school office when she was arrested Tuesday.

Loman's bond is set at $25,000. A judge ordered her to not have contact with anyone at Payne Elementary.

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