Utah man arrested for bomb threats after hospital denied him coronavirus test: court docs
KSTU / Salt Lake County
Brian James Gosh faces a third-degree felony for threat of terrorism.

via KSTU:

MURRAY, Utah (KSTU) -- A Utah man is facing felony charges after he threatened to bring a bomb to Intermountain Medical Center after being denied a COVID-19 test, according to court documents.

On March 18, 2020, Brian James Gosh called IMC in Murray and asked to be tested for COVID-19. An employee of the hospital informed Gosh that the hospital was unable to provide a test for him. Gosh reportedly got upset and threatened to bring a bomb to the hospital and put it inside the cafeteria or a conference room, according to a probable cause statement.

Gosh faces a third-degree felony for threat of terrorism and has a $10,000 bail. Documents also reported he had a struggle with police before being taken into custody.

MORE: Court Documents: Man threatens to bring bomb to Utah hospital after denied COVID-19 test - KSTU

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