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Rochester man facing charges in connection to explosions on Falleson Road

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A Rochester man is facing several charges after prosecutors say he threw bombs at another man’s yard and sent threatening letters to several people claiming the man owed him money for drugs.
James A. Pane, 50, was arrested and charged with using the mails to threaten to attempt to kill, injure, or intimidate or unlawfully damage or destroy property by means of explosive, and mailing threatening communications.

Investigators were also told that between Feb. 24 and March 9, several people living around Falleson Road and Leander Road received letters addressed to the “homeowner” saying: “I don’t mean to bother you people in this neighborhood. But the little (expletive) crack head at *** Falleson owes me a lot of money for drugs. He is a liar and a thief. He burned down his fathers cottage in the 1000 island for the insurance money, which he was suppose to pay me off with. He didn’t. I will keep throwing bombs off in his yard until he the cops they won’t catch me.”

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