Cops: Bronx teen made threats against Obama

Police say a Bronx teenager has been arrested for making threats against President Barack Obama.Authorities say 18-year-old Jonathan Avalos, of 3120 Bainbridge Ave., made five

THE BRONX - Police say a Bronx teenager has been arrested for making threats against President Barack Obama.

Authorities say 18-year-old Jonathan Avalos, of 3120 Bainbridge Ave., made five 911 calls and threatened to kill the president and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.

Avalos will be arraigned Monday on aggravated harassment charges.

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