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COPA Employee Charged After Sending False Mass Shooting Threat

CHICAGO (CBS)-- A Civilian Office of Police Accountability employee has been charged with two felonies, disorderly conduct and official misconduct, for sending a false mass shooting threat.

Police say Alison Yohanna, 35, from Buena Park, "knowingly sent a false email to the Inspector General's Office stating that another current COPA employee would be conducting a mass shooting at the COPA offices."

The 35-year-old turned herself into police on Jan. 3.

Police are still investigating this incident.


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