Mother Arrested For Alleged Threats Made To Ft. Lauderdale School

The mother of a St. Thomas Aquinas High Schooler in Fort Lauderdale is nabbed for calling the campus and threatening to blow up the school and kill a principal.

An arrest report says 51-year-old Nancy Kramer made 2 threatening calls to the school last month.

Police said employees were easily able to identify the caller as Kramer because her name and number showed up on the caller ID and she even identified herself in the phone call.

No word yet on why she made the threats.

She was taken into custody Wednesday on a charge of making a bomb threat and appeared in court this morning where she was ordered to be held in lieu of a $50,000 bond.

Photo by: Broward Sheriff's Office

Nancy Marie Kramer

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