KEARNEY — A Kearney man may not get the job he wanted after allegedly writing a bomb threat on his job application.
Jason Dornhoff, 38, is accused of writing a note on a job application at a Kearney restaurant saying he had a bomb in his vehicle.
He's charged in Buffalo County Court with making terroristic threats and threatening the use of explosives.
Court records outline the case against Dornhoff:
Around 11:10 p.m. Thursday, a restaurant employee called Kearney police after the man entered the restaurant, filled out a job application, then penned the threat. On the back of the job application, Dornhoff wrote: “I have no money, a hung bomb in my truck, and a syringe of bleach that will kill you instantly. If you be quiet and help me, you won't die.”
When officers arrived at the restaurant they found the man sitting at the bar. Police took Dornhoff into custody. The investigation revealed the man had been using meth.
Dornhoff's vehicle was searched, but police did not find a bomb or a syringe of bleach.
Dornhoff posted $10,000 bail and was released. He is to appear in court in August.
— World-Herald News Service