UTICA, N.Y. -- A Utica woman has been charged with aggravated harassment after New Hartford police say she posted a threat to the GPO Federal Credit Union on social media.
GPO management contacted police after being tagged in a Facebook post where a threat was made to "blow up" the branch during the day on Thursday.
The threat was posted Thursday by a person who used an alias as a Facebook account name.
The branches were put on alert, and then main office was locked down.
Police tracked down the account holder, and arrested 21-year-old Jazmiere Pemberton of Utica with aggravated harassment.
More charges could be pending.
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