Woman facing charges after false bomb threat to JetBlue

By Cruise

A woman from Massachusetts is facing charges after a false bomb threat to JetBlue Airways about a flight from Boston to Chicago, information from U.S. District Court records.
It is known the name and the age of the woman Nicole Anna Miller, 23, of Revere, had a court hearing 3 days ago after being charged with making the threats March 12 in a series of calls to the company about a flight from Boston to Chicago, information from the Justice Department statement. Miller was released on a $25k bond.
If convicted the woman could face 5 years in prison and a $250k fine.
Miller made threats that someone on flight 923 was transporting explosives, so the flight was diverted to Buffalo, N.Y., information from the Justice Department statement. The passenger who was accused of carrying explosives was later identified as a cousin of the woman, who had a personal dispute with Miller.
In the series of calls to JetBlue's reservation desk from 4:19 a.m. to 5:42 a.m., Miller told she was confident that the passenger will blow up the plane.
The plane with 83 passengers on board was searched but no evidence of explosives were found, information from the FBI affidavit. Miller was interviewed the morning of the flight and insisted that the passenger (her cousin) is a threat to the flight.