Police attended a Hotham Street address and placed the man under arrest
Police attended a Hotham Street address and placed the man under arrest Paul Donaldson BUN120617POL3

Casino man threatens to blow up a pub

A CASINO man who allegedly carried out a bomb threat hoax directed at a pub on Anzac Day has been charged.

Casino Detectives will allege that "on ANZAC Day a 53-year-old Casino man was asked to leave a Casino licensed premises due to his behaviour".

"He then attended a pay phone and called 000, stating that he had left a bomb in the licensed premises that would detonate in 10 minutes," Richmond Police District posted on its Facebook page.

"Numerous Police vehicles from around the Richmond Police District responded, including a officer from the Police Rescue and Bomb Disposal Unit.

"NSW Ambulance Paramedics and NSW Fire & Rescue Service were notified and placed on stand-by pending a search of the area.

"No bomb was located.

"Police attended a Hotham Street address and placed the man under arrest."

The man will appear in Casino Local Court in May to face charges of giving false information, and false representation resulting in Police investigation.

He was granted conditional bail.



Councillors lock horns over water donation to sports club

Premium Content Councillors lock horns over water donation to sports club

The Warwick Polocrosse Club said their first major event in years relied on...

IGA staffer sacked, charged for giving away food set for bin

Premium Content IGA staffer sacked, charged for giving away food set for bin

The Warwick court heard police were called after less than $10 of food was gifted...

Cops slam ‘foolhardy and dangerous’ prank trend

Premium Content Cops slam ‘foolhardy and dangerous’ prank trend

Police say Warwick ‘dare’ surfacing among kids could be putting the elderly at...