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A woman is in the Oklahoma County jail after threatening to kill police officers and bomb Oklahoma City, according to court documents. A woman is in the Oklahoma County jail after threatening to kill police officers and bomb Oklahoma City, according to court documents.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A woman is in the Oklahoma County jail after threatening to kill police officers and bomb Oklahoma City, according to court documents.

Faith Mahan, 32, was arrested Wednesday on a domestic assault and battery complaint.

While an officer was taking her to the Oklahoma County jail, she threatened to kill the officer, his family and other police officers, and threatened to bomb Oklahoma City, according to a probable cause affidavit filed Thursday.

"I am going to kill you and your partner ... When the end of the world happens, know I am coming to kill you and your family and your kids ... I hate America, I hope it all burns down ... I want to burn the American flag and bomb the city, like what happened before downtown. ... Hope you enjoyed the bombing downtown a long time ago, cause that's nothing compared to what I am gonna do," Mahan told the officer, according to the probable cause affidavit.

Mahan is in the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of making a bomb threat or conveying information known to be false, threatening to perform an act of violence and domestic abuse. Her bond has not been set. 

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