WALKER COUNTY POLICE SUCCESSFULLY STOP INMATES’ PLANS TO DETONATE BOMBS INSIDE JAIL

Walker County

The Walker County Sheriff’s Department said it has foiled a plan by two inmates to detonate homemade bombs.

Bryant Williams Jr., 29, and Terry Hammond, 56, are charged with four counts of making terrorist-like threats. Both men are from Jasper and both remain in the Walker County Jail. The sheriff’s office said they had given themselves the code names “Pinky and the Brain” and were planning to create ammonium nitrate fuel oil bombs.

The primary targets were sheriff’s department commanders and investigators, Walker County judges and the district attorney.

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