RACINE, WI (WTAQ) - A Racine man will be sentenced July 18th for making bomb threats at work because he wanted Halloween off and didn't have the vacation time for it.
28-year-old Jacob Vanderhoef has pleaded no contest to a felony charge of making a bomb scare. A second similar count was dropped in a plea deal.
According to Racine County prosecutors, Vanderhoef left a pair of threatening notes at his employer, Poclain Hydraulics, last October.
On one of the notes, Vanderhoef wrote "Catch me if you can."
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)