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Florissant couple accused of making fake bomb threats at preschool so girlfriend could avoid going to work

January 23, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Police say they called in the threat because one of them did not want to go to work.

Evan Hauserman, left, and Janet Porzelt were charged Friday with making false bomb threats to a preschool in St. Peters.

Janet Portzelt is charged for calling in fake bomb threats.

Evan Hauserman is charged for calling in fake bomb threats to a preschool

PETERS — A Florissant couple was charged Friday with calling in false bomb threats to a St. Peters preschool. Prosecutors say they called in threats on Jan. 12 and again Thursday because one of them did not want to go to work at the preschool.

Janet Porzelt, 40, and Evan Hauserman, 39, both of the of the 2000 block of Parker Road, were charged with two counts apiece of making a false bomb report and two counts apiece of making a terrorist threat. Hauserman made the threats to Primrose School because Porzelt, an employee at the school, did not want to go to work but still wanted to be paid for a full day, charging documents say.

Hauserman used an anonymous texting application with a fake phone number to call in the threats, prosecutors say. After the first call, on Jan. 12, the preschool evacuated everyone in 36-degree weather.

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