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St. Pete 'Bomb Cat' Report

A St. Petersburg resident could face three years in prison on charges of filing a fraudulent terrorism report for claiming that a bomb was planted in her cat, Interfax reported Friday, citing a law enforcement source.

The unidentified woman was drunk when she placed a call to police early Friday, the report said. A bomb squad dispatched to her apartment found no explosives in the animal. 


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