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Greenville man receives maximum sentence for bomb threat against women's shelter

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Rahim Abdullah. (Source: Greenwood County Detention Center). Rahim Abdullah. (Source: Greenwood County Detention Center).
GREENWOOD, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A Greenville man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for calling in a bomb threat to a women's shelter.

According to the solicitor's office, Rahim Aadil Taqwa Abdullah, 44, pleaded guilty to charges of conveying a bomb threat and stalking.

The solicitor's office stated that the charges stemmed from a 2015 incident in which Abdullah called in a bomb threat to Meg's House Shelter for Abused Women and Children. Abdullah also claimed to be a SLED agent when he called in the bomb threat, the solicitor's office said. 

Abdullah received the maximum sentence possible under state law. 

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