Sheffield woman in court over police bomb threats

A woman accused of making a series of bomb threats against police stations across Sheffield has appeared in court.

Amanda Pinder, 43, is alleged to have made several threats to South Yorkshire Police between 19 and 20 April.

She is charged with four counts of communicating false information.

Ms Pinder, from Norfolk Park, Sheffield, appeared before city magistrates. She did not enter a plea and was bailed to appear at Sheffield Crown Court on 5 December.

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