Bomb Threat Made So Boss Could Catch Flight
Made So Boss Could Catch Flight
By Mike Mitchell
November 28, 2009
- On Tuesday A Sunny Isles Beach women, Claudia De La Rosa age 31
contacted Miami International Airport
by phone about 10 AM to report that there was a bomb on an American
Airlines plane flight 953 bound for
Honduras. American Airlines flight 953
was held at the gate while Miami Dade County Police and Home Land
Security searched the aircraft and the entire luggage. The flight was
delayed for several hours, until MDC police determined there was no bomb
on board flight 953 at which point the aircraft was able to depart to Honduras.
Dade County Police reported that Ms. De La Rosa called in a bomb threat
to make sure her boss, who was running late would not miss his flight.
MDCP further reported that Ms. De La Rosa after making the false report
by phone also emailed
Miami International Airport
of the threat as well.
able to track down the De La Rosa through her computer IP address when
she sent the email to Miami International
Airport. On Thursday
morning the Miami Dade County Police arrested Ms. De La Rosa at her
bossís home. When De La Rosa was brought into the police station and
questioned she admitted that she had called in the bomb threat.
Ms. De La Rosa stated her boss was booked on the flight to
but because she arrived late to work it then resulted in her boss
leaving for the airport late. Concerned that her boss would miss the
flight, Ms. De La Rosa first called in the threat, and then used the
computer at her bossís home to send an e-mail of the threat.
Claudia De La Rosa, born in Colombian, living in Sunny Isles, was
charged by Miami-Dade police with making a false bomb report. She was
held on $7,500 bond. Later in the day De La Rosa posted bond and was
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