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Saturday, June 2, 2018

A FIFTH NOTE FOUND AT TRUCK-LITE, FACILITY EVACUATED, A DAY AFTER AN ARREST WAS MADE.

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A FIFTH NOTE FOUND AT TRUCK-LITE, FACILITY EVACUATED, A DAY AFTER AN ARREST WAS MADE.
FNN Article © 2018.

Although one person was arrested in connection to four previous bomb threat messages, on Thursday, however, on Friday, June 1, 2018, another note was found at the Truck-Lite Co., in Wellsboro, PA.

FNN was told that Truck-Lite Co., employees were evacuated Friday afternoon from the Charleston Township business around 2:30PM.

At this time FNN was told that it is believed the note may be an old one, but for safety issues everyone was evacuated. It was also reported to FNN that a canine was brought in to clear the building as a safety precaution.

Again nothing was found, and state police are checking to see if the same person is responsible for the latest note found.

It is to early to know if the latest threat is just an old message left behind by the accused Brandon L. Andrews, who was placed behind bars Thursday afternoon, May 31, or if it is a new note left behind by another disgruntled worker.

Some employees have made claims that Andrews is innocent and had nothing to do with the bomb threats. Although Pennsylvania State Police have charged Andrews of allegedly writing all four previous messages.

Residents are being asked to remember that a suspect is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

FNN encourages employees or any other individuals to step up and talk with state police if you have information about the bomb threats at Truck-Lite. Pennsylvania State Police Barracks can be reached by calling (570) 662-2151.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

What led to this persons arrest, what evidence did you have? just askin

Anonymous said...



What is the labor problem at the company????

Anonymous said...

Not a single article I've read gives any indication to WHY the police suspect HIM of it. I knew him before and he wasn't the type of person to do something like this...