This dainty flower of a woman from Arkansas was arrested for making bomb threats. Now, I know you probably find this hard to believe. After all, how can such a delicate piece of lace be so menacing, right? But it’s true. This trans woman woman posted bomb threats directed at “Ole Miss,” but it ended up being fake. So, after officials wasted all that time searching for a phony bomb, and realized it was a hoax, they switched gears and began the hunt for the prankster, and that led them to a woman from Arkansas.
Ain’t she a beauty?
A transgender individual from Arkansas has been arrested for calling in fake bomb threats in Mississippi.
On January 31st, the Oxford Police Department were informed about a post on social media, mentioning multiple times that a bomb had placed in the Mississippi city, which serves as the home of the University of Mississippi, also known as “Ole Miss.”
According to reports, police officers, including a K9 unit, searched the area of Oxford mentioned in the online posts, and after a while, came to the conclusion that there was no bomb after all. The investigation then switched to finding out who was behind the posts to begin with.
Investigators determined that Lily Mestemacher, 29, a transgender individual who identifies as a woman, was behind the posts. Mestemacher is a resident of Conway, Arkansas, hundreds of miles away from Oxford.
An arrest warrant was subsequently issued to Mestemacher for the crime of false reporting of placing explosives that evening. They were then arrested by Conway Police, and extradited to Oxford on February 10th, where they were booked.
The transgender individual was taken in front of a Lafeyette County Justice Court judge for the initial bond hearing, and given a $50,000 bond for the alleged bomb threats.
Just goes to show, even blonde, blue eyed beauties can go down a dark path…
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