BRANCH COUNTY, MI - A Bronson teen has been arrested in Branch County on terrorism related charges.
According to a jail log from the Branch County Sheriff’s Department, a female, identified as 18 year-old Morgan Payge Fill of Bronson, was logged at the jail on Monday (6/27/22).
Authorities say Fill turned herself in on active Michigan State Police warrant.
The warrant issued by the MSP charged Fill with one count of telecommunication malicious use, a misdemeanor. It also included 3 felony charges which included false report for a threat of Terrorism (a potent 20 year sentence), using a computer to commit a crime (a potent 20 year sentence), and lying to police officers (a potent 2 year sentence).
The alleged crimes all reportedly happened within the city of Bronson.
If found guilty, Fill could face up to 42 years in prison.
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