Ogden Man Pleads Not Guilty In Bomb Threat Case

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(KSL News) -- An Ogden man pleaded not guilty today to making a bomb threat to Hill Air Force Base.

Brent Burrows entered the plea this morning. The F-B-I say he left a voice mail at the base last month, saying "the bomb is about to burst." Crews evacuated the building and bomb dogs searched the area. They found nothing.

Burrows faces up to ten years in prison. His trial is set to begin in January.

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