Mona Asadi Bio/Wiki
A medical student named Mona Asadi has been arrested by the Glendale Police Department on suspicion of making terroristic threats and other offenses.
According to authorities, the dean of Midwestern Western University in Glendale phoned the police on April 21 to report that a medical student, Mona Asadi, 29, had sent a text message threatening to bomb the institution.
The dean informed the cops. Asadi was failing her classes and was on the verge of being dismissed from the university if she failed her third medical board exam.
She is 29 years old.
Bomb Threat Full Details
According to Glendale police, on June 9, an email was sent to hundreds of students identifying specific victims who the author wished to attack. Threats were allegedly made towards Asadi in one of the emails.
According to investigators, several more emails were received in group messaging threatening death and involving the students’ families.
Asadi was apprehended on June 16th. She was later linked to email addresses, social media accounts, and electronic devices that were used to send the victims threatening messages.
During the investigation, four particular victims were identified. Asadi faces four felony charges of computer tampering for allegedly using a computer in a way that threatened, intimidated, or tormented specific victims.
The investigation was aided by the FBI’s Phoenix Field Office. There are no other details available at this time.