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Beverly woman charged with threat to kill police, bomb buildings

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A Beverly woman who in e-mails to public officials allegedly threatened to kill police officers and bomb a hospital was arrested in Beverly Public Library on Thursday. Beverly police said Ashley Galvin, 20, is facing charges including 10 counts of threats to kill and one count each of a threat to bomb a police station, threat to bomb a fire station, and threat to bomb a hospital. Galvin allegedly also started sending e-mails to Beverly police officers Wednesday morning, threatening their lives.

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