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Woman pleads guilty in bomb threat

Julie Ann-Marie Haff

Julie Ann-Marie Haff

A Cedar Springs woman pled guilty this week to calling in a bomb threat to Woodland Mall.

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. 

Haff entered the guilty plea on Tuesday, March 2, in Circuit Court. Sentencing was set for April 15. The charge is a felony, and she could face up to four years in prison.

The Post previously featured Haff in a story in August of 2013, when she gave her dog credit for saving her life after she suffered a mini stroke.

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