A WNY man, who called in a bomb threat recently, has been identified and faced charges in court today (March 5).

Credit: WGRZ

Sean Vungar of Tonawanda was in court Tuesday, arraigned on one felony count, according to WGRZ. Vungar, who called in a bomb threat to the Erie County 911 call center, was charged with making a terroristic threat. He is being held on $10,000 cash or property bail and will be back in court on Thursday at 9:30 am. He is accused of calling in the threat on February 9, telling employees that a bomb was in the building and it was going to explode. No bomb was found after a 2-hour search.

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