A press release from the Huntley Police Department:
Bomb Threat Arrest
On November 3, 2012 at approximately 1:56 pm the Huntley Police Department responded to a bomb threat report at the Huntley High School, located at 13719 Harmony Road, Huntley.
A caller had made threats to a cellular service provider and stated that he had a bomb in his back pack at the Huntley High School.
The caller had given the cellular service provider a description of himself and his vehicle.
Huntley Police Officers responded to the Huntley High School and found a vehicle matching the description, parked isolated in the southeast section of the school’s parking lot.
As officers approached the vehicle, the occupant exited the vehicle.Officers spoke with the occupant, who later admitted to make the threats and was taken into custody.
Occupants of the school were evacuated and residents adjacent to the parked vehicle were asked to leave their homes.
The school property was sealed off until an investigation could be completed to determine if there was a legitimate threat. The Kane County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Unit was contacted and responded to the scene.
The vehicle and other areas of the school property were examined and later found to be safe.
The vehicle and the bag were removed from the property. At approximately 8:53 pm the investigation was concluded and the school property was reopened.
Effected residents were then allowed to return to their homes.
Charged with Disorderly Conduct – Class 3 Felony was:
Derek M. Habbley, age 25, of 10215 Ridge Lane, Union, IL
Mr. Habbley has been transported to the McHenry County Jail to await a bond hearing.
All individuals listed as arrested or charged with a crime in this press release are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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