Woman held in threat freed

She was in jail a month af­ter of­fi­cials blamed ex-boyfriend for bomb hoax at Texas State.

Austin American-Statesman - - B METRO & STATE - By Ciara O’rourke corourke@states­man.com Hoax B states­man.com.

SAN MAR­COS — A former Texas State Univer­sity stu­dent ac­cused of threat­en­ing to bomb the cam­pus this fall spent more than a month in jail be­fore be­ing re­leased Wed­nes­day, de­spite a fed­eral crim­i­nal com­plaint is­sued days af­ter her ar­rest that said her ex-boyfriend used her email to send the threats.

Brittany Hen­der­son, 19, was booked at the Hays County jail on Hal­loween, her bail set at $40,500 for three felony charges of mak­ing a ter­ror­is­tic threat and three misdemeanor charges of mak­ing a false alarm or report. The Hays County district at­tor­ney’s ofice agreed to re­duce five of the charges to per­sonal re­cog­ni­zance bonds this week; the sixth was re­duced to $5,000.

She spent Wed­nes­day night at home in Bryan.

Daniel Ben­itez, cap­tain

SRead the ar­rest af­fi­davit for Brittany Hen­der­son and the crim­i­nal com­plaint against Dereon Kel­ley with this story at

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