Princeton Man Sentenced in St. Cloud Bomb Threats Case
ST. CLOUD -- A Princeton man has been sentenced for making a series of bomb threats in the St. Cloud area last June. Thirty-one-year-old Matthew Hull had pleaded guilty to one count of stalking and one count of terroristic threats and was sentenced last month to more than two years in prison.
Hull was accused of making bomb threat calls to Walmart, St. Cloud Library, Cash Wise East and St. Cloud Hospital.
Days later, St. Cloud Police say Hull confessed to making bomb threat calls in the St. Cloud area in order to get revenge against an ex-girlfriend. Police say Hull tried to disguise his voice as a woman and would leave the name of his ex-girlfriend as the person making the bomb threat.
Court records show, with credit for time served, Hull will spend about two years in prison and must pay more than $6,000 in fines and restitution.