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(KSL News) Charges have been filed against the man accused of making a bomb threat at the Wells Fargo Center.
Nicholas Dotson is charged with one count of giving a false alarm.
According to police, on July 17, Dotson walked into the bank branch in the building with a backpack, and announced he had an explosive device.
The bag actually contained clothing and hygiene products.
If convicted, Dotson could face up to 15 years in prison.