An intoxicated musician left a message on a credit union telephone, saying he'd better get a return phone call or he'd blow up the building with a pipe bomb.
The message, left at 9:40 a.m. Thursday, prompted employees at the Mountain America Credit Union at 2001 S. State to call police.The man left his return number, then called about 15 minutes later and spoke to a teller.
She obtained his name and Social Security number. In the process, he told her what both his parents did for a living.
Police say all this information was freely given despite the fact the man had two warrants for his arrest and had allegedly made the bomb threat.
Officers showed up at his door and took him to the Salt Lake County Jail on the old criminal offenses and booked him for investigation on the new allegation -- making a terroristic threat.