Friday 22 Nov 2019


18-Year-Old Apprehended For Alleged Bomb Threat

Authorities catch a suspect wanted for a bomb threat at a local school. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office says 18-year-old Taheim R. Leach of Dudley was apprehended Thursday following a tip from a citizen.  The phony bomb threat was called in to Southern Wayne High School on September 26th.  The Wayne County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation’s Division took over the case, and Leach was identified as the caller during the investigation.  Leach is charged with False Bomb Report (Public Building).  His bond was set at $7,500 secured and Leach was placed into the Wayne County Jail.

Taheim Rashad Leach

4 Comments

  1. Aaliyah says:

    $7500 bond for a bomb threat? That seems very, very low.

    It almost seems like Wayne County / Goldsboro wants to encourage crime.

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    • Kama says:

      Yes. This type of crime should be punished by LIFE IN PRISON AT MINIMUM, with a diet consisting of Bread and Water or Diminished Rations.

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      • REALLY says:

        Karma
        Really? well what should they do to the Rosewood student that had the kill list? your post is a bit much we all make mistakes.

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        • Amazed says:

          Are you saying that he “mistakenly” picked up the phone,”mistakenly” dialed the schools number and “mistakenly” spoke to someone and “mistakenly” spoke those words?? …That was no mistake,it was intentional!!!!

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