This cat doesn’t strike me as being too bright. Probably an Obama supporter.
LSU Police, with the assistance of multiple other Law Enforcement agencies, have made an arrest in the bomb threat directed toward the LSU campus.
Shortly before 12 a.m. today, William Bouvay, Jr., 42, 8224 Skysail Avenue, Baton Rouge, La., was arrested and later booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for Communicating of False Information of Planned Bombing, Louisiana Revised Statute 14:54.6.
“LSU and LSU Police Department would like extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to all Law Enforcement that assisted in the initial response and subsequent investigation. The cooperation, assistance and old fashioned police work was instrumental in a quick resolution to this incident,” stated LSU Police Chief Lawrence Rabalais.
Agencies that assisted in the investigation are as follows: Louisiana State Police, East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office, Baton Rouge City Police, FBI, ATF and the Department of Homeland Security.
On Sept. 17 at 10:32 a.m., East Baton Rouge Parish 911 Center received a call from an unknown caller. During this call the unknown caller advised of multiple bombs on the LSU Campus and they would detonate in two hours. East Baton Rouge 911 forwarded the information to LSU Police, who then informed the university administration. Based on this information the LSU administration ordered a full evacuation of campus.
LSU Police Investigators along with assistance from other Law Enforcement agencies were able to determine that the 911 call had been made from a deactivated cell phone that could only make emergency calls.