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LCSO: Cape man threatens to blow up LCEC building

August 18, 2017
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

A Cape Coral man has been charged with making a bomb threat to his electricity provider due to his delinquent bill.

According to a report by the Lee County Sheriff's Report, a call taker with the Lee County Electric Cooperative had a conversation with a disgruntled customer identified as David Munoz, 56, of 212 S.W. 13th Ave. The call taker informed Munoz that his electric bill was going to be delinquent on payment. Munoz then, the report states, made threats to blow up the LCEC building.

Deputies responded to Munoz' residence in Cape Coral. Facts obtained during the investigation led to Munoz' arrest.

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David Munoz

Munoz was charged with threat to bomb/destructive device and booked in the Lee County Jail.

He has since been released on $10,000 bond.

Munoz has a court appearance set for Sept. 18.

 
 
 

 

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