- 1:30 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 22), a caller notified Scope Temporary Services a bomb at Harbor Graphics would detonate at 2 p.m. Police searched the plant and found no bomb.
- 9:30 a.m. Thursday (Feb. 23), Scope Temporary Services received a call indicating a bomb would detonate at Harbor Graphics and employees would be shot as they exited the building. Again the building was searched and no bomb was found. The company was placed on lock-down to protect its employees.
- Scope Temporary Services received several bomb threat calls on Friday (Feb. 24) regarding Harbor Graphics. Specifically, the caller said a bomb was being delivered via UPS. Again, no bomb was found.
Police: New employee arrested for bomb threats to Benton Harbor business
Emergency crews were called to Harbor Graphics on Urbandale Drive in Benton Harbor three consecutive days. Police learned a new employee was reportedly making the threats. (Photo Courtesy of MARK PARREN)