Macon woman pleads guilty to Bibb Co. daycare bomb threats
MACON, Ga. -- A woman who made a bomb threat against a Macon daycare center in 2017 has plead guilty to conveying a false bomb threat and perpetuating a hoax, according to a release from the US Department of Justice.
Jasmine Bradley, 26, plead guilty on Monday, April 23 in Macon before District Court Judge Marc T. Treadwell.
The release says that facts in the plea agreement show that Bradley made the threat through Facebook to the Child Care Network School located at 3490 Northside Dr.
Specifically, the message indicated that a bomb had been planted and that someone would "blow up every little face in that center tomorrow."
Officials investigating the incident found that the device used to post the threat belonged to Bradley. She was arrested while working at the Child Care Network School and admitted making threats to that daycare, as well as other daycares in Bibb County.
Bradley faces up to five years imprisonment, a maximum fine of $250,000, or both and will be sentenced at a later date, according to the release.
"Ms. Bradley's actions on April24,2017, were terrifying to the children, parents, and employees of the Child Care Network School," United States Attorney Charles Peeler said. "She caused disruption of school and work for many and caused law enforcement to expend precious time and money investigating this false bomb threat. Thankfully, no child was physically harmed due to her actions and she will now face the consequences of her decision by being sentenced in federal court."