Alabama student called in bomb threat against LSU’s stadium to keep friend from losing bet, police say
A student at the University of Alabama has been arrested after allegedly making threats against LSU’s Tiger Stadium.
Connor Croll, 19, was booked into the Tuscaloosa County Jail Sunday, Oct. 13.
According to The Tuscaloosa News, Croll called in a threat to LSU’s Tiger Stadium during the school’s game against the Florida Gators Saturday night. According to the warrant filed by the 19th Judicial District Court in EBR Parish, Croll called the Baton Rouge Police Department’s non-emergency line during the game and said “there is a bomb in the stadium.”
Detectives were able to trace the call back to Croll. They were also able to ping the call to an area near the University of Alabama. Police there were contacted.
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