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Topic - Jay Hastings
VALDOSTA | Three Florida siblings involved in a cross-country crime spree were sentenced by a federal judge Monday to more than 35 years in prison.
"Part of the factor is whether the person is capable of carrying out the threat. Do they have weapons? In this case, it's just something he's communicated, but then he's also written some notes about it, so that makes it a little more serious," Capt. Hastings said.
Investigators still are sifting through possible evidence recovered during Friday's search to determine how serious the threat was, said Bartlesville Police Capt. Jay Hastings.