JACKSON — A former Jackson man who threatened to blow up at least four Jackson establishments during the week of Jan. 23 made several more bomb threats Tuesday night, police said.
Kreighton Kilgore, 33, called the Garfield County, Colorado Sheriff’s Office and said he had obtained explosives from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Additional bomb threats and false reports were then called into authorities in Natrona and Teton counties, Teton County Sheriff’s Sgt. Todd Stanyon said.
“Threatening phone calls were also received by private citizens and businesses in the Casper area and Teton County," Stanyon said. “These threats are not considered to be credible."
There’s an active warrant for Kilgore’s arrest for terroristic threatening, stemming from the January threats he made against Bank of Jackson Hole, St. John’s Medical Center, Albertsons and the Wort Hotel.