Wednesday
October 3, 2018

Detectives seek public help in solving courthouse bomb threats

STROUDSBURG - Detectives from the Monroe County Office of the District Attorney are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the individual or individuals responsible for the recent bomb threats towards the Monroe County courthouse.  

At this time it is unknown if these incidents are related, however anyone with information concerning the identity of these individual(s), or who believes that they may be able to identify the voice(s) of the caller(s), is asked to contact Detective Brian Webbe (570) 517-3114 or Detective Kim Lippincott (570) 517-3059 or by email at bwebbe@monroecountypa.gov, or klippincott@monroecountypa.gov.

You may also submit an anonymous tip on this website at www.monroecountyda.com/anonymouscomplaint

The most recent bomb threats:

    • October 2nd, about 10 a.m., a call was placed to 911. The call was directed to the Monroe County 911 Center. The caller was a female who indicated that there are three bombs in the basement of the Monroe County courthouse. This call was placed on or near West Main Street in Stroudsburg.  LISTEN TO CALL
    • October 1st, about 8:45 a.m., a call was placed to 911. The call was directed to the Wayne County 911 Center. The caller was a female who indicated that there are bombs inside the courthouse that will detonate in three hours. This call was placed from Tobyhanna State Park, specifically the beach portion of the lake.  LISTEN TO CALL
    • On September 10th, about 8:35 a.m., a call was place to 911. The call was directed to the Monroe County 911 Center. The caller was a female who indicated that there are multiple bombs in the courthouse and the DUI building on Main Street. This call was placed near Route 715 and Interstate 80 in Pocono Township.  LISTEN TO CALL


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