Police: Woman Threatens to Blow Up Courthouse After Being Called for Jury Duty

An Illinois woman allegedly threatened to blow up a courthouse after being called for jury duty, according to a report.

Toby Owhoka, 48, was charged Tuesday with felony disorderly conduct, the DuPage County sheriff's office reported in a press release, according to The Chicago Tribune.

Owhoka called the Jury Commission at the courthouse in Wheaton, Ill., "stating that she was upset about having to go to jury duty."

"During her call, she made numerous threats, including a threat to blow up the courthouse," the sheriff's office said. No explosives were found at the courthouse.

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