Man arrested, accused of threatening to blow up 911 center

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INDIANAPOLIS – An Indianapolis man hated the Marion County Sheriff’s Office 911 Center so much that he threatened multiple times to blow up the facility, investigators say.

On Sunday, dispatchers received several calls from the man, who threatened the call center and said he hated the police.

“Send them to my house. I will kill them all. I hate the police,” he told dispatchers during one call. In another call, he said, “Un-release my number or I’m going to come down there and blow that [expletive] up like they did in Boston.”

An investigation traced the calls to Anthony C. Talley, 54. When investigators arrived at his home on North Delaware Street to question him, they said Talley was uncooperative and resisted arrest. He’s been charged with felony intimidation and resisting law enforcement. Investigators also recovered the cell phone he used to make the calls.

Talley’s initial hearing is set for Wednesday.