Wednesday, August 16, 2006


Elyria Police Department Released the following statement regarding the recent bomb threats to the Elyria Wal Mart store.

Press Release
The Wal Mart store, located at 149 Midway Blvd, Elyria, received 18 bomb threat telephone calls between July 26, 2006 and August 15, 2006.
The Elyria Police Department conducted an investigation into these calls. This investigation led to the arrest of Larry A. Felty, age 40, of Wakeman Ohio. Felty has been charged with Inducing Panic, a Felony 5 and Making False Alarms, a Felony 3. Felty is being held in the Elyria City Jail pending his initial court appearance in Elyria Municipal Court. Felty is the only known suspect in this investigation at this time.

Felty, a former employee of Wal Mart, has made admissions related to the calls. The investigation is continuing and will be presented to the Lorain County Grand Jury at the appropriate time.
Lt. A.D. Eichenlaub


Anonymous Anonymous said...

scarry looking! that is all i have to say

6:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This man made me lose hours of work due to his threats. I hope he realizes he didn't hurt walmart he hurt his x-fellow employees.

11:07 PM  
Anonymous jason said...

just when i start to ease up on my walmart stereotype jokes, out the window it goes. whats 10 feet long and has 2 teeth? the line at walmart. hahahahahahaha, glad they caught him though.

7:04 PM  
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