CENTER, TX (KTRE) - Officers with the Center Police Department arrested a 42-year-old man Monday in connection to allegations that he called in a bomb threat to Tyson Foods on June 30.
Vincent Buckley, of Center, was arrested and charged with state-jail felony terroristic threat. His bail amount was set at $4,000, and he is still being held in the Shelby County Jail.
According to the press release, the Tyson Foods plant in Center received a bomb threat from an unknown caller on June 30. After the Center Police Department responded to the call, Det. Stephen Stroud started an investigation into the threat.
As a result of his investigation, Stroud was able to obtain a felony arrest warrant for Buckley.
"The Center Police Department would like to thank Tyson Foods for their quick response and their commitment to protect their employees," the press release stated. "The Center Police Department and Tyson Foods take these threats seriously and will use all available resources to solve these cases."