NJ man, 25, allegedly puts Camden on lockdown with phony threats
A Collingswood, N.J. man is accused of calling in bomb threats and reporting shots have been fired at various locations throughout Camden today including the prosecutor’s office and Camden High School, reports Collingswood Patch.
The 25-year-old, identified as Alon Adams of Collings Avenue, was arrested this morning for the threats. All turned out to be false alarms.
Adams is accused of making calls regarding the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, New Mickle Baptist Church, Camden High School, City Hall and other areas in the Camden County city.
Adams was charged with six counts of creating a false public alarm, a third-degree crime.