Melbis Hernandez pleads not guilty to bomb threats at First District Court in Hempstead

A Hempstead man accused of making bomb threats pleaded not guilty in court today. Police say 25-year-old Melbis Hernandez called 911 twice yesterday, threatening that

Melbis Hernandez was arraigned on two counts of

Melbis Hernandez was arraigned on two counts of falsely reporting an incident. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

HEMPSTEAD - A Hempstead man accused of making bomb threats pleaded not guilty in court today.

Police say 25-year-old Melbis Hernandez called 911 twice yesterday, threatening that a bomb would go off at First District Court.

The building was evacuated and nothing dangerous was found.

Hernandez was arraigned today on two counts of falsely reporting an incident.

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