Philadelphia woman accused of making bomb threat at Walmart in Swatara Township

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SWATARA TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A woman is facing charges after police said she called in a bomb threat to the Walmart in Swatara Township on Wednesday night.

Quadirah Huger, of Philadelphia,  is charged with terroristic threats, threat to use weapons of mass destruction and harassment.

Officers responded to the Walmart located along the 6500 block of Grayson Road around 10:51 p.m. Wednesday for a reported bomb threat. The store was evacuated while police searched the building.  No explosives were found and the store reopened.

Investigators discovered Huger was involved in a custody dispute with a store employee and called in the bomb threat, according to police reports.

A warrant has been issued for Huger’s arrest.