Jury convicts man for Lund Boat bomb threat

NY MILLS, Minn. — A jury found Chad Steven Pikula of New York Mills guilty on June 9 of calling in the Lund Boats bomb threat that prompted the evacuation of 400 employees in March, according to the Park Rapids Enterprise.

Pikula, 37, was convicted on two counts of making terroristic threats. His sentencing has not yet been determined.

Pikula was arrested on March 10, following a bomb threat at Lund Boats in New York Mills made two days earlier. Pikula allegedly called Lund Boats and said, “There is a bomb in the factory,” and hung up, according to the NY Mills Police Department.

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