FORT BRAGG, North Carolina - Authorities have banned a former Fort Bragg lieutenant colonel from the post who they consider potentially "armed and dangerous."
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Anna Heres was recently separated from the military against her will, and allegedly expressed homicidal intentions.
While barred from Fort Bragg, they say she may still try to get on post, and may be driving a silver BMW with New York license plate FZK 5156.
Fort Bragg officials said a "be on the lookout" has been issued to Fort Bragg security, but the alleged threats were made to specific people at Womack Army Medical Center and were not directed towards Fort Bragg or the general public.
They said they know Heres' current location and do not believe there's a threat to the general public.
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