Due to the cooperative efforts of multiple law enforcement agencies to include Birmingham PD, Hoover PD, Irondale PD, the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and the Federal Bureau of Investigations, VHPD arrested two suspects in connection to the Bomb Threat Incident at CVS on Crosshaven Drive in Cahaba Heights Thursday afternoon.
VHPD Detectives obtained warrants today at the Jefferson County District Attorney's office for Oneil Frazier, of Irondale, for possession, distribution of destructive device or weapon intended to cause injury or destruction - a Class A felony, and terrorist threats - a Class C felony. Also arrested was John Frazier, also of Irondale, for hindering prosecution; a Class C felony.
Total bond amount has been set at $60,000 for each suspect.
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