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Woman sentenced in bomb threat

Julie Ann-Marie Haff

Julie Ann-Marie Haff

A Cedar Springs woman that pled guilty last month to calling in a bomb threat to Woodland Mall will not face jail time.

Julie Ann-Marie Haff, 46, reportedly called in the threat on January 11, at 11:23 p.m. and told mall security there was a bomb in the parking lot. Police traced the call to a man’s phone in Cedar Springs. The man told police his girlfriend used the phone to call in the threat. She admitted the act when police questioned her.

The judge sentenced Haff to 12 months of probation, 50 hours of community service, and $1,200 in costs and fines. Calling in a bomb threat is a felony and she could’ve been sentenced to up to four years in prison.

If Haff doesn’t complete the 50 hours of community service, she could serve 90 days in jail. This is Haff’s first offense.

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