The Secret Service has closed an inquiry into an incident in which a 10-year-old Atlantic City boy allegedly telephoned a threat to the Presidential Library of former President George W. Bush near Dallas, Tex.
No charges will be filed.
Secret Service spokesman Bob Novy said Friday that his agency considers the matter closed. He declined to comment on the content of the call placed earlier this week.
Citing "sources," NBC10 said the fifth-grader allegedly left a voicemail message with the library saying he would kill former President Bush.