Woman who threatened base sentenced to time served
MINOT, N.D. (AP) -- A woman who has been in prison for 14 months since she was arrested for threatening children and others on the Minot Air Force Base has been sentenced to time served.
Tiffany Anderson, of Lompoc, Calif., pleaded guilty in November to three counts, including communicating a threat to destroy property by explosive. Authorities say Anderson called a bomb threat into the base on November 2012.
Anderson is also accused of calling the early child Head Start program on the base in December 2012 and threatening to shoot children.
Prosecutors say Anderson admitted to making the threats in an attempt to cause trouble for her former boyfriend, who was an airman stationed at the base.