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Stamford Teen Accused of Threatening Boss to Phone Bill Money

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    Stamford Teen Accused of Threatening Boss to Phone Bill Money
    FBI agents and Connecticut State Police have surrounded a semitrailer that may be carrying explosives in Branford, CT.

    A clothing store known for beautiful people turned into the scene of ugly threats over the weekend.

    Justyna Piorkowska, 18, of Stamford, is accused of threatening to show up at Abercrombie & Fitch at Stamford Town Center mall with a rifle to collect money to pay her phone bill, the Stamford Advocate reports.

    Piorkowska also referenced a "murder scene" and "gravesites," the newspaper reports.

    She was arrested at her apartment and taken to Stamford Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, police said.

    She was charged, the Advocate reports, with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree threatening and is due in court Feb. 10.