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St. Thomas student accused of calling in fake bomb threats to face federal judge

St. Thomas student accused of calling in fake bomb threats to face federal judge Photo: Courtesy of Cedric Hohnstadt Illustration, L.L.C.

Updated: October 21, 2019 05:37 AM

Monday, the University of St. Thomas student accused of calling in multiple fake bomb threats to the school is set to face a federal judge for arraignment.

Investigators said 20-year-old Ray Persaud was behind three separate incidents in April, August and September.

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St. Thomas student arrested in connection with 3 bomb threat cases

The FBI was eventually involved and investigators traced one of the calls to Persaud's home in Blaine.

A grand jury indicted him earlier this month.

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