A naturalized citizen from South Korea was arraigned today on charges related to the numerous bomb threats made Dec. 18 against Wilshire Boulevard Temple (WBT) in Koreatown and a police squad car parked adjacent to its campus, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The man arrested in connection with fake bomb threats made against a Los Angeles synagogue was also charged with vandalizing it earlier this month.
We have an update on the bomb threat at the Temple’s Mid-Wilshire campus today.
Police responded to multiple bomb threats targeting the Koreatown home of Wilshire Boulevard Temple (WBT) and a police squad car parked adjacent to the campus on Dec. 18, disrupting life for much of the workday at one of Los Angeles’ largest synagogues and its surrounding neighborhood.
Jerusalem police arrested a suspect in the vandalism and bomb threat at the city's offices of Peace Now.
The Jerusalem offices of Peace Now were threatened.
Two Miami-area synagogues were evacuated following a bomb threat.