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Elizabethtown man charged with making bomb threat in Cumberland County

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Darius Luciano

CAMP HILL, Pa.–East Pennsboro Township Police have charged a man with making a bomb threat to a medical supply company in Cumberland County last month.

Darius Luciano, 20, of Elizabethtown, is charged with threat to use weapons of mass destruction and terroristic threats. Luciano was arraigned Thursday and taken to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $35,000 bail.

East Pennsboro Police Department received a report of a bomb threat at GI Supply located  at 200 block of Grandview Avenue in Camp Hill on Aug. 22.

Officers used a bomb sniffing dog and found no evidence of a bomb following a sweep of the building, police said.

Investigators discovered Darius Luciano made the call and was the source of the threat, according to police reports.

A preliminary  hearing is scheduled for Oct. 3.