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Man Arrested After Bomb Threat At Attorney General's Dover Office

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DOVER, Del. - A Dover man is accused of reporting a bomb threat to the Attorney General's Office. Capitol Police say on Wednesday, 47-year-old Tyrone Hopkins walked into the Attorney General's Office in Dover, and told an employee that there was a bomb in the building.

The building was evacuated and scanned by both Capitol and Dover Police, and their K-9 units, for safety, and cleared.

Hopkins was arrested at his home later that day. He was charged with terroristic threatening, and $2,000 bond. Hopkins was also ordered a no contact order with the Dover Attorney General's Office.

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