Police arrested a man in connection to a bomb threat made in downtown Oklahoma City, Thursday morning.
According to police, at about 11:15 a.m., officers responded to the report of a bomb threat at 120 N. Robinson Avenue in Oklahoma City. A male caller reportedly said that he was going to be “blowing up the First National Building in 15 minutes.”
While on the way to the scene, police said the address was changed to 100 Park Ave. Several officers responded and searched the first floor area, but they were unable to locate anything suspicious.
According to police, the caller made a statement that there were a lot of nurses, and it had something to do with a hospital. Officers said they located a St. Anthony's doctor's office on the first level. However, people there said nothing suspicious had occurred and there were no suspicious packages or items there.
After the given amount of time was up, officers said they were still unable to locate anything suspicious. But the suspect then began calling in various other locations with bomb threats.
Police said they authorized a ping of the cell phone. The only information obtained was subscriber information, through assist wireless, for someone residing in Enid, Oklahoma. Enid officers went to that person's address and no one was home.
Friday morning, police confirmed with News 9 that they have made an arrest in the case. Stephen Anton Day, 30, was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail at 12:35 a.m. Friday. He is being held on complaints of interfering with official process-obstructing an officer, and telephoning a bomb threat.