Police have given the all clear after swarming a pair of buildings in downtown Detroit overnight.
“Some call that came in that indicated there was a bomb that would go off at a designated time.”
Police have a suspect in custody in connection with a threat at Detroit’s New Center One building.
The Detroit Police Bomb Squad is searching in and around an east side home after a threat was made.
“Just because it turns out to be innocuous items doesn’t mean the response by the law enforcement officials wasn’t appropriate,” said a Metro Airport spokesman.
Prosecutors say Sean Quigley lied that he had explosives and held an employee hostage.
A Downriver man convicted of illegally possessing explosives has been sentenced to nine years in prison in a case that began with threats at Trenton High School.
The unnamed teen is facing up to five years in custody.
A 14-year-old boy is being held at Oakland County Children’s Village in connection with the incident.
The school was evacuated after someone wrote a bomb threat on a girls’ bathroom stall.