Trump rally bomb threat suspect sees case continued - WFSB 3 Connecticut

Trump rally bomb threat suspect sees case continued

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Sean Taylor Morkys. (State police photo) Sean Taylor Morkys. (State police photo)
WATERBURY, CT (WFSB) -

A man accused of threatening to bomb a Connecticut rally for a Republican presidential candidate was scheduled to face a judge on Wednesday.

However, the case for 20-year-old Sean Taylor Morkys was continued to June 8, according to court officials.

State police said Morkys posted a threat to Twitter about bombing an April 23 rally for Donald Trump in Waterbury.

A second post even warned the suspect's friend to have his family members leave so they wouldn't be hurt.

The posts, which were public, came from Ardsley Road in Waterbury, according to troopers.

Investigators determined that the Twitter account belonged to Morkys.

They said he did not pose an immediate threat.

Still, they charged him with first-degree threatening, inciting injury to a person and second-degree breach of peace.

His bond was set at $25,000.

Morkys was due in Waterbury Superior Court Wednesday morning, but the case was issued a continuance.

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