N.J. police station evacuated after anthrax threat


By Melissa Castro and Bill Swayze
The Star-Ledger

PEQUANNOCK, N.J. A threatening letter referring to anthrax and containing what turned out to be glass beads prompted the evacuation of Pequannock Township's police department and town hall yesterday.

About 50 emergency responders converged at the scene, where yellow police tape cordoned off the parking lot and building.

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