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An Oglesby man facing federal bomb-threat charges allegedly threatened as many as 13 facilities operated by Con-Way Freight — and did so through online postings claiming to have also bombed the Boston Marathon. Rodney J. Termini, 47, of 444 W. First St. has been identified in federal court records as a former contract employee of Con-Way Freight in La Salle. He will appear Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois for a “removal proceeding” that could send his case to federal court in Detroit. There, he awaits charges for making online bomb threats to Con-Way’s corporate headquarters in Ann Arbor, Mich., 11 more Con-Way facilities in Michigan and/or the location in La Salle. A special agent for the FBI said in a sworn statement that a Con-Way employee in Ann Arbor received on April 15 two e-mail notifications from Facebook which indicated the company’s Facebook page had received posted messages. The notices came in at 6:16 p.m. EDT, right on the heels of the Boston bombings that killed three. “HEHEHEHEHEHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!! I TOOK CARE OF THE BOSTON MARATHON AND NOW I TAKE CARE OF CONWAY IN MICHIGAN AND LASALLE.” A second, truncated notice stated: “(There is) a bomb at one of your facilities, having fun finding it.” Both threats prompted an April 15 police search of the La Salle facility, located on U.S. 6. No explosive devices were found. Special agent Sean Nicol said in his sworn statement he obtained registry information on the e-mails and an accompanying Facebook account. The information, he said, led him to an AT&T account registered to Rodney Termini of Oglesby. Nicol also noted in his statement that Termini became a person of interest because he previously was convicted of mailing threatening communications on or about Feb. 21, 1996, and May 21, 1996. He was sentenced to 5 months’ home confinement. On April 16, FBI agents from Chicago executed a search warrant of Termini’s home. Nicol said Termini provided a voluntary statement in which he “confessed to creating a Facebook account, and posting the threatening Facebook statements regarding the Boston Marathon bombing and the bomb at a Con-Way facility.” Termini was picked up at 12:08 p.m. Tuesday by La Salle and Oglesby police on a federal warrant for a threat to bomb, according to a La Salle police report issued Wednesday.