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Police arrest woman who threatened to blow up Skillman Ave. building

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Brown (NYPD)

July 7, 2016 Staff Report

Police have arrested a woman who threatened to blow up a Long Island City building in May.

Vernice Brown, 26, who faces a slew of charges, allegedly phoned Propper Manufacturing Company, located at 36-04 Skillman Ave., on May 19 and told an employee that she was going to blow up the building.

Brown then sent the same threat in an email, according to the NYPD.

Brown, a Brooklyn resident, now faces the following charges: making a terrorist threat, false report: terrorism, and aggravated harassment, according to the police.

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Wow. Informative reporting is Dead. I learned the 5 W’s of reporting from Show & Tell back in 3rd grade. Good old Mrs. Laxer in P.S. 11, circa mid 80’s Always said in order to tell or report on a story you needed to give her the who, what, when, where and why.

Side note: Mrs. Cooper-bloom was fine- Chubby central
Class 308 ruled!!

Willie is this you fucking with me??? Tell the truth, you just wanted to put a picture of your girl up again. Bastard!!!


terrorism? i dont know about that. is it racist to think that someone out of the ghetto has any knowledge of such intricate chemistry? lol


so bundy you think all people with dark skin are from “the ghetto”…. that is a pretty racist comment.


Is she really a terrorist, or just another mentally ill person without access to meds or mental health services?

John doe

Shut up. She not mental. She had an abusive boyfriend name Gary Dunn that lie on her.


yeah i like my women a little badazz, hey vernice when you get out gimme a call baby!! you my kinda girl! you get 3 months tops for this girl, dont worry


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