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College Student Accused Of Calling In Bomb Threat At Cabrini College Dorm

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Daniel Bowden was arraigned Thursday on Terroristic Threats and other related charges. (Radnor Township Police Department) Daniel Bowden was arraigned Thursday on Terroristic Threats and other related charges. (Radnor Township Police Department)
RADNOR TOWNSHIP, Pa. -

An 18-year-old was arraigned in court Thursday in connection to a bomb threat that was called into a dorm on the Cabrini College Campus over the weekend.

Police say, Daniel Bowden, a current student, was arrested in connection to the threat, which was called into Woodcrest Hall just before 10 p.m. Sunday night.

Police say two students reported answering a public phone in the building and were greeted by a caller who disguised his voice and stated there was "a bomb in the building." The threat prompted a response from police, K9 units and firefighters, who eventually were able to determine the building was safe.

Bowden faces Terroristic Threats, Criminal Use of a Communication Facility and other related charges. Police say he was arraigned Thursday and released on a $5,000 bail.

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