SULLIVAN COUNT, Ind. (WTHI) - One Sullivan County man faces charges after police say he threatened to bomb a fast food restaurant.
On Wednesday, Indiana State Police troopers responded to call to dispatch about a bomb threat issued to a McDonalds on West Wolfe St. in Sullivan, Ind.
After the intiial investigation, ISP were able to identify the suspect, and arrested 31-year-old Tullie Evans.
Authorities discovered Evans worked for the restaurant and called the threat on his lunch break.
He faces charges of False Reporting and is being held in the Sullivan County Jail.
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