Man charged for alleged bomb threat against Hubbard police
Trumbull County 911 Call
Trumbull county 911 audio from Aug. 30 in which Daniel Good, 25, of Hubbard threatens to blow up police station.
A man was arraigned Wednesday in Girard Municipal Court, accused of making a bomb threat against the Hubbard Township Police Department.
Daniel Good, 25, of Hubbard faces a felony charge of making terroristic threats, in addition to misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and aggravated menacing.
In a Tuesday morning call to Trumbull County 911, Good asks to speak to the Hubbard Township police chief. A dispatcher responds, “That’s not how that works.”
Good then replies, “I’ll blow that f--- police station up, ya hear?”
After the dispatcher responds that Good will need to contact the township station directly, Good demands to speak to the chief immediately and says, “I’m going to go to the station in my g---- truck and pull him out of his g---- office.”
A Hubbard police report states Good arrived at the station parking lot shortly after making the call. According to the report, Good used profanity and asked to file a complaint against an officer who cited him the previous day.
Chief Todd Coonce spoke with Good in the booking room about the complaint, according to the report. Officers then listened to Good’s 911 call and placed him under arrest, accused of making threats. He is in Trumbull County Jail.
A judge set Good’s bond at $25,000 during his arraignment. If he posts bond, he will be under house arrest. Good is set to appear Sept. 14 for a pretrial hearing in municipal court.