Elkville man facing 10 felony counts for bomb threat calls made to Canada

Elkville man facing 10 felony counts for bomb threat calls made to Canada

JACKSON COUNTY — An Elkville man is facing 10 counts of felony disorderly conduct after allegedly making 10 bomb threats to numerous locations in Taber, Alberta, Canada.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says it received a call from the Taber Police Service Saturday night regarding the bomb threats. The locations of the threats were made included schools, a hospital, a bank, a police agency and a store. Several of these locations had to be evacuated and security measures were taken to ensure the public’s safety.

The phone number used to make the threats lead investigators to 36-year-old Justin Bagley of Elkville. He was arrested and charged with the offense Saturday.

Bagley is being held in the Jackson County Jail.