Threatening email senders arrested

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Threatening email senders arrested

NSW Police have charged two Sydney men following their alleged sending of threatening emails late last year.

NSW Police have charged two Sydney men following their alleged sending of threatening emails late last year.

The arrests, made under the strike force Enoggera initiative, relate to the alleged sending of emails to a radio talkback host in the wake of the Cronulla riots and public disorder incidents in December.

One of the men, a 29-year-old Warwick Farm man, was slated to appear at Liverpool Local Court yesterday charged with one count of use of carriage service to make threats and a second offence of use of carriage service to menace, harass and offend.

The other, a 21-year-old man, was arrested at his home in Callala Bay, near Nowra and charged with one offence of use of carriage service to threaten serious harm and a second offence of use of carriage service to menace, harass and offend. He was granted conditional bail to appear at Nowra Local Court on 13 March 2006.

Both men had their personal computers seized by Police for forensic examination.

Strike Force Enoggera is a Police initiative specifically set up to investigate the Cronulla race-based riot

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