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Man Arrested For Falsely Calling 911, Jailed On Terroristic Threats

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A man suspected of placing fraudulent calls to 911 is in custody on two counts of making terroristic threats. 36 year old Dexter Bingham Jr. of Sauk Rapids is suspected of making 6 calls to 911 between January 1st and February 25th. The latest was  a bomb threat made to a Sauk Rapids Elementary school.

Stearns County investigators were able to trace the calls to Bingham’s cell phone. They executed a search warrant at Bingham’s home on March 3rd and recovered the phone used to place the calls. Bingham admitted to making the calls while out on his early morning routes as a St. Cloud Times delivery driver.

Bingham was arrested and is currently being held in Stearns County Jail.

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