A man from New York State was arrested Wednesday and charged with making e-mail threats to current and retired University of Pittsburgh professors, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. The arrest comes as students and employees at Pitt are dealing with more than two dozen recent bomb threats at buildings there. According to a police report, the man who was arrested said that he has met the person behind the threats.
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