An 18-year-old man living in Israel has been charged over scores of threatening calls he made to Jewish community centers and schools in the US, ABC Online reported.
A month after his arrest in Israel, Michael Ron David Kadar was charged with 28 counts of making threatening calls and conveying false information to police, according to an indictment filed on Friday in a federal court in Orlando, Florida.
Separately, he was charged with three more counts of making threatening calls, conveying false information and cyberstalking in an indictment filed in a federal court in Athens, Georgia.
Kadar has dual Israeli and US citizenship.
The calls to the Jewish community centres and schools stoked fears of rising 'anti-Semitism' in the US, and led to campus evacuations in February.