Category: Randolph County

Source: Jihad Ramadan is the suspect in Pocahontas postal threat

POCAHONTAS, Ark. – A man who was already in jail on terroristic threatening charges from a July incident is the suspect in this week’s bomb threat called into the Pocahontas post office, several sources revealed anonymously to NEA Report. 

Jihad Darnell Ramadan was already in Randolph County Jail to face terroristic threatening charges. His court date was set for September 11. Those charges stemmed from an incident where he allegedly threatened a staffing agency and the Peco chicken processing plant in June. Continue reading “Source: Jihad Ramadan is the suspect in Pocahontas postal threat”

Bomb threat called in to Pocahontas post office Wednesday morning: source

POCAHONTAS, Ark. – A reliable source within the City of Pocahontas said a bomb threat had been made Wednesday morning, sending authorities sprawling around the post office.

Shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, police cars had the entrance to the post office blocked, several local residents told NEA Report. Around 30 people were seen standing out back in a large parking lot, but the reader didn’t know why. Later details would indicate they were personnel who had been evacuated out of precaution. Continue reading “Bomb threat called in to Pocahontas post office Wednesday morning: source”