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Bay Area Jewish bomb threat cases remain unsolved despite FBI arrest of suspect
SAN FRANCISCO – The FBI arrested a man in St. Louis, who is suspected of calling in bomb threats to eight Jewish community centers and the Anti-Defamation League office in New York City. Nationwide, there have been five waves of incidents totaling more than 110 threats to Jewish Community Centers, synagogues, Jewish schools and other sites this year, but Thompson is linked to only a small fraction of those cases. The FBI complaint says Thompson began calling in bomb threats in January using his ex-girlfriend’s name and his own name. The bomb threats phoned into the San Francisco Anti-Defamation League office and Jewish Community Centers in Marin and Palo Alto remain unsolved. “Just because there’s been an arrest today around our bomb threat does not mean that the threats have disappeared or will stop,” said Evan Bernstein, the New York Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League.