Man Arrested After Bomb Threat Called Into Hartford Police Dept.

One man was arrested after police said he called in a bomb threat to the Hartford Police Department headquarters on Thursday. 

"I am going to place a bomb at the Hartford Police Station," the caller told dispatch at approximately 12:30 p.m., according to police.

The caller also said he would harm a particular officer if he doesn't speak to the "court jury", police said.

The station was searched and determined to be safe. 

Police were able to determine the location of the call and were dispatched to the McKinnley Shelter on Huyshope Avenue.

Douglas Cameron, 34, who has 31 previous arrests, faces a first degree threatening charge. 

Contact Us