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Bomb threat suspect’s bond set at $7 million

A 26-year-old Barnesville man charged with calling in bomb threats to multiple local businesses last month will be in jail for awhile unless he can round up some wealthy friends. Judge Tommy Wilson set bond for Lagarrious World at $7 million – $1 million for each of the seven calls he made May 15 today. Those calls went to Roses, Family Dollar, CVS, McDonalds, Pizza Hut and Hot Shot in Barnesville and Dollar General in Milner. After reviewing data on World’s phone, BPD investigators tied him to another bomb threat call to Roses that was made on March 7, 2016. He also faces charges of manufacturing marijuana and possession of marijuana. When officers went to his home at 514 Johnstonville Road to bring him in they found him tending 78 marijuana plants in containers near his front door. A small amount of processed marijuana was also located. For complete coverage of the bond hearing, see the 6.28.16 print edition of The Herald Gazette.

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