Tiger Woods’ half-brother Earl Dennison Woods, Jr. (58) allegedly made a “bomb threat” against a Phoenix state government building where he works. He said it was “a joke.” A Department of Economic Security spokeswoman said Earl Woods, Jr. was involved in “an incident” yesterday, an incident which was not disclosed. Tiger’s father Earl Woods had three children by a prior marriage, Earl Dennison, Kevin Dale and Royce Renee. Junior’s golfer-daughter and Tiger’ niece, Cheyenne, turned pro in 2012 and won a Suncoast Ladies Professional event for her first pro-win in 2012.
Earl Dennison Woods Jr, 58, threatened to blow up an Arizona Department of Economic Security building in downtown Phoenix on Thursday, said police spokesman Sergeant Trent Crump.
Woods was jailed on suspicion of one count of misdemeanor use of an electronic communication device to terrify, intimidate, threaten or harass, Crump said.
“The call came from a cell phone and the caller stated that he had a bomb and he was going to blow up the building,” Crump said.
Woods was released from jail late on Thursday, a Maricopa County sheriff’s official said. Terms of his release were not immediately available and he could not be reached for comment. Source: Free Beacon
The “joker” has not been charged according as of 3:34 pm today.