Man indicted in bomb threat that evacuates Tenneco plant in Kettering

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Man indicted in bomb threat that evacuates Tenneco plant in Kettering

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Manuel Reed

A 33-year-old Dayton man faces charges in connection to a bomb threat last month at the Tenneco plant in Kettering.

Manuel D. Reed was indicted this week for making false alarms and inducing panic, both felonies, and is ordered to appear May 30 for arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, online documents show. He was indicted Monday by a county grand jury.

Reed, who is out on bond, is accused of making a bomb threat April 7 that led to the evacuation of Tenneco, 2555 Woodman Drive in Kettering that pulled hundreds of workers off the job at the manufacturing facility.

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