FULTON, Mo. - The man charged with making a bomb threat against a Fulton school bus and its driver turned himself in Friday.
According to a news release, Bazer traveled to Missouri from a Minnesota hotel on Thursday.
He turned himself at his Callaway County home with his attorney Friday and was being held on $40,000 bond for "making a terroristic threat."
Bazer is accused of calling in a bomb threat to a specific Fulton bus and driver on Wednesday, October 30 at 11:47 a.m. Police said it was the result of a domestic violence issue the night before.
The threat put several Fulton Schools on lockdown and Missouri State Highway Patrol was on site during dismissal.
A family member identified Bazer for police. The news release said Bazer "apparently" lived in North Dakota and had been seen driving a silver Chevrolet Malibu with North Dakota plates.
Bazer was being held Saturday night in the Callaway County Jail.
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