SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – A woman is accused of threatening to blow up a QuikTrip gas station.
The incident happened at the QT on East St. John Street in July 2015, according to an incident report.
Officers responded to the gas station after an employee said he received a bomb threat over the phone, the report states.
A search was done and no bomb-like materials were found.
Officers traced the phone number that made the threatening call and found that it came from Gaffney.
They found that the number had made two other threatening phone calls, one being to a QT.
The employee who took the call said the woman on the other end said that she was going to lose her kids because QT fired her, according to the incident report.
The report state she then told the employee that if he hung up on her, she was going to “blow that m*****f***** up!”
Becky Jeanette Littlejohn, 20, of Gaffney has been charged with making a bomb threat.
Littlejohn was booked into the Spartanburg County Detention Center on Monday. She was released later that day, according to online jail records.
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