Man charged after threats made to blow up 2 Indiana schools
August 6, 2017
DETROIT (AP) — A Bakersfield, California man was charged with making online threats to blow up two Indiana high schools and extorting juvenile females for sexually explicit photos and video, federal authorities said.
Buster Hernandez, 26, was being held in California Monday, but was expected to be sent to Indiana to face charges filed Friday of sexual exploitation of a child and threats to use an explosive device.
Hernandez is believed to have used the online moniker "Brian Kil" to contact random individuals — typically minors — through private messages and threatening to send sexuall...