Police: 18-year-old boy called in bomb threats to community college, local business

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Police in Saddle Brook say an 18-year old boy has been charged for calling in two separate bomb threats.

According to police, Nicholas Donnarumma made two threats -- one at the Bergen Community College campus in Paramus, and the other to the Saddle Brook Police Department -- claiming there was a bomb at a local business.

Authorities determined both calls were false.

Donnarumma has been charged with making terroristic threats and false public alarm.

He was released pending a first appearance next month in court.

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