Oakland man convicted for San Francisco bomb threats

A man who made 911 calls containing threats to bomb San Francisco City Hall and the downtown Westfield Centre shopping mall has been sentenced to 30 months in prison, according to federal prosecutors.  </p>

Devon Craft, a 22-year-old Oakland man, was sentenced Monday, according to U.S. Attorney Joseph P. Russoniello. Craft used a cell phone to place four 911 calls threatening “terrorist attacks” in San Francisco on July 13, 2006, according to a statement from the Northern District of the California office of the Department of Justice.

Craft tried to disguise his voice by using a Middle Eastern accent and stated that innocent people would die.

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