Woman charged with making bomb threats at boyfriend's workplace so she could spend more time with him

Kayla Blake (33) was charged with felony terrorizing after she confessed to calling in two bomb threats against her boyfriend's place of work. She told authorities she threatened to place bombs in and around Puritan Medical Products in Portland, Maine as a way to spend more time with her boyfriend. Blake had no bombs but the company was force to suspend operations and evacuate the building because of the threats.

From the Press Herald:

Pittsfield police Chief Harold "Pete" Bickmore said the first threat was made around 9 a.m. Thursday when a woman called Maine State Police and said she was going to place a bomb at the Puritan plant at 129 North Main St. The same woman in a second call two hours later said she intended to place four pipe bombs near the plant, Bickmore said.

State Police notified Pittsfield police and the sheriff's offices in both Somerset and Penobscot counties, and then traced the call to Etna, Bickmore said. Penobscot deputies found the woman after interviewing people in an Etna neighborhood. The deputies secured a confession from the woman, who said there were no bombs, according to Bickmore.