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Man Scheduled in Court for Allegedly Threatening to Blow Up Nashua National Guard Armory

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    Man Scheduled in Court for Allegedly Threatening to Blow Up Nashua National Guard Armory
    Nashua Police Department
    Jeremy Raskiewicz, 38, was arrested Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018 for allegedly threatening to blow up the Nashua National Guard Armory.

    A man who allegedly threatened to blow up the Nashua National Guard Armory is scheduled to be arraigned Friday.

    Nashua resident Jeremy Raskiewicz, 38, was arrested Thursday at approximately 8 p.m. without incident at his home. Officials determined he allegedly made a threat to the National Guard Armory a day prior.

    Raskiewicz was charged with criminal threatening and faces up to seven years in prison.

    He was held on no bail and is expected to appear at the Hillsborough County Superior Court-South. It is unclear if he has an attorney.

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