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Man charged with making bomb threat to Schoharie County

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A New Jersey man faces a felony charge of terrorism after he threatened to blow up a Schoharie County office building, according to the Schoharie County Sheriff’s Office. Daniel Timmerman, 27, of Washington, N.J., was charged Friday by sheriff’s investigators when he exited a train at the Schenectady Amtrak station. He also was charged with aggravated harassment. Sheriff’s Investigator Nelson Armlin said Timmerman was taken into custody without incident, and was not carrying any explosives ...


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