“North Korea should just bomb Guam and that all Chamorro people in the United States should be deported back to Guam,” Bermudas allegedly told customs officers after she claimed to have a bomb in her luggage.
Guam – A woman who lodged several threats against customs officers and claimed to have ties with North Korea is behind bars on terroristic conduct charges.
Yoshi Bermudas, according to a magistrate complaint, arrived Guam early Friday morning from a flight originating in Singapore. As Bermudas was passing through customs, she began exhibiting strange behavior, prompting customs officers to bring the passenger in for a secondary inspection.
While being questioned, police say Bermudas then began threatening customs officers that she had a bomb with her and that she was a serial killer. She “pointed at individual Customs and Quarantine officers stating that she wanted to kill them all.”
The complaint says Bermudas then claimed she had ties to North Korea.
“North Korea should just bomb Guam and that all Chamorro people in the United States should be deported back to Guam,” Bermudas allegedly told customs officers.
It doesn’t stop there. Police say Bermudas then claimed to have swallowed cocaine as well. Bermudas was charged with terroristic conduct as a third degree felony. She was booked and confined.