Man who threatened to blow up 911 center gets 10 days in jail

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A man who threatened to blow up the Marion County Sheriff’s Office 911 Center in April of 2013 was sentenced to 10 days in prison Thursday.

Police said Anthony Talley, 54, of Indianapolis, called the 911 center multiple times on April 28, 2013. He threatened, “send them to my house. I will kill all of them, I hate the police. Police said Talley also said “un-release my number or I’m going to come down there and blow that [expletive deleted] up, like they did in Boston” during a second phone call to dispatchers.

Officers arrested Talley following an investigation.

Talley pleaded guilty to intimidation, a class A misdemeanor. He will be on probation for 355 days and will need to complete 120 community service hours after serving his 10 days in the Marion County Jail.


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