Former Army Lt Col Anna Heres Considered Armed and Dangerous
Fort Bragg: Former Lt Col Anna Heres was separated from the Army against her will and now she’s wanted for making death threats. The Womack Army Medical Center issued a BOLO order (be on the look out) for her as she may have “homicidal intent” after making death threats against specific people at the base. She is not considered a danger to anyone outside the military because the Military Police “know where she’s at.”
Heres has been barred from Fort Bragg, but officials warned that she might attempt to enter by deceptive means. All of the access points to the base have the information, as does local law enforcement.
She was said to have expressed “homicidal intentions” against Womack Army Medical Personnel and members of the Warrior Transition Battalion.
Popular Military reported,
Fort Bragg officials said that while Heres threatened certain individuals on post, they did not believe she was a threat to the general public or to Fort Bragg as a whole.
Heres is reportedly a former New York State Corrections officer and is “familiar with weapons,” according to local news.
Officials said the BOLO alert was issued to warn access control guards to make sure Heres does not return to Fort Bragg. Officials said they know where Heres is but could not discuss it.
Heres is described as a black female, about 5 feet, 4 inches tall, about 120 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She may be driving a silver 2009 BMW 328i with a New York license plate that reads “FZK-5156.”
It is unclear why Heres was “separated” from military service against her will. Generally people don’t rise to the rank of Lt Col without doing something right. Because the military is stating that she’s not a threat to the general public or the base as a whole may mean something entirely different than we think it does. But we hope that she can keep it together and not actually become an active shooter anywhere.
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