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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A woman was arrested in connection with a bomb threat on the University of Florida’s campus, police said.

University police said Jessica Ward, 24, made the threat last week at UF’s engineering building.

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Police said Ward admitted that she wrote the threat in an effort to leave work at the time indicated in the threat in order to get some “me time.”

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Ward was arrested Tuesday by the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office.

Officials said Ward is not a student, but an employee of Aramark who was working at the Java Hut coffee kiosk located on campus on the day of the incident.

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