Woman Accused Of EMT Stabbing Questioned Earlier For Threat On Airport

The woman accused of stabbing an EMT in a Boston ambulance is being investigated in connection to a bomb threat that caused Martha's Vineyard Airport to close.

Thirty-one-year-old Julie Tejeda was arraigned yesterday on assault and battery charges for the Wednesday attack on an EMT.

The Boston Municipal Court was packed with dozens of EMTs who were supporting their peer.

The Suffolk District Attorney says they are now looking into Tejeda's whereabouts on Tuesday when the airport received a bomb threat over the phone in the morning, causing a three-hour closure.

State Police say that the woman was not detained after their interviews earlier in the week because she was cooperating with them and had no previous criminal history.

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