A 23-year-old-man has been charged with making a bomb threat at the Pilgrim’s Pride Fresh Plant in Moorefield in October; he was arrested Tuesday morning. Corey Secrist, who was an employee, sent a supervisor a message on Facebook, stating that “an employee has a bomb, set to go off at 4:25 a.m. in the box room.” Police arrived and went to the room about 13 minutes before the planned detonation but found nothing. As a precaution, personnel had cleared the building, five minutes before the planned detonation. Secrist told officers that he was “shown in a dream by God, that an employee at the plant had placed a bomb in the box room.” Secrist has been charged with one count of making a bomb threat.