The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office has declined to file charges against a Southern California artist and teacher who was arrested Thursday evening at Oakland International Airport for wearing a suspicious watch.
A Southern California man was arrested Thursday evening at Oakland International Airport after airport security found him wearing a watch that looked like a timing device for an explosive, according to an Alameda County sheriff’s spokesman.
Police gave the all-clear after a suspicious package discovered near the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center Monday morning was found to be harmless, a university spokeswoman said.
Keith Allen Oliveira was arrested on suspicion of possessing material with the intent of making explosive devices and possession of a destructive device near a school.
Authorities were sent to an East Vallejo home Thursday, after police said they received a credible threat of explosives inside the home.
Emergency crews gave the all clear after three suspicious plastic liter-sized bottles caused an evacuation of a park and nearby homes in San Mateo on Sunday.
The University of California, Berkeley received a non-specific bomb threat over the phone Tuesday morning, but no buildings were mandatorily evacuated according to campus police.
A suspicious suitcase found near a bus bench near Snell Avenue and Capitol Expressway in San Jose Friday afternoon was not a bomb, according to police.
Authorities say a Burlingame teenager who e-mailed a bomb threat to her high school has been sentenced to two weeks in county jail and three years’ probation.
Terra Linda High School in San Rafael was evacuated because of a bomb threat Thursday morning, but classes resumed shortly before noon following a search of the campus, police said.