Howard, WisconsinWFRV) – A Green Bay woman allegedly threatened Vandervest Harley-Davidson with a bomb after her ex-fiancé continued to host a party scheduled for her wedding day.
Authorities responded to Vandervest Harley-Davidson on a “suspicious situation” at around 6:45 pm on June 18, according to criminal accusations. The owner of Vandervest Harley-Davidson said the 32-year-old Amy Reso posted on Facebook about “bombing and shooting down buildings.”
Authorities spoke with Reso’s ex-fiancée, and he said they were in discussion, and she canceled the wedding. The ex-fiancé didn’t want to lose food, DJs, drinks and money at the venue, so he decided to have a party anyway. The party was held at Duck Blind Old 41.
The ex-fiancé didn’t look specifically at Facebook’s post about the bomb threat and believed that Reso couldn’t “blow up the building.”
The party bartender reportedly saw a Facebook post saying, “I put a bomb in a Harley-Davidson Vander Vest.” Then the bartender went and talked to his boss.
The sister of her ex-fiancé says that on the day of the party, Reso sent a text message saying, “I won, so I left home and took everything.” She later went to the hotel where Reso was staying, and Reso reportedly appeared on her face and became verbal.
“She will kill him before he marries someone else,” Riso said. In the complaint, Reso was still drunk from the night before. When her ex-fiancé’s sister threatened a call for child protection services, Reso said she was a social worker and therefore out of the law.
During the party, someone showed his sister a Facebook post on Reso and said, “I’m glad everyone had a great time at Vanderbest because the bomb is down.”
Reso was staying at Americin Lodge and Suites in Room 223. When authorities spoke to Reso, she refused to post on social media about the threat of the bomb and said her ex-fiancé family was preparing things to return to her.
Authorities told Reso that she had been arrested for fear of the bomb, based on two written statements. Reso said he needed to call his ex-husband to pick up his child.
A police officer driving Reso to Brown County Jail saw him saying he was out of breath and unable to breathe. Police then helped Reso use her inhaler, but still said she couldn’t breathe.
The Green Bay Fire Department evaluated Amy and transferred it to Aurora Bay Care.
While in the hospital, Reso said he wanted a lawyer.
Reso faces two sins:
- Bomb horror (up to three and a half years in prison)
- Threat of terrorism-evacuate buildings (up to three and a half years in prison)
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“I kill him before he marries someone else”: A woman in Green Bay poses a bomb threat after the wedding is canceled
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