RIDGWAY, Pa. (AP) – Three packages containing lollipops and unspecified paperwork were responsible for a bomb squad being called to a northwestern Pennsylvania courthouse.

Ridgway police tell The Bradford Era the three packages were sent by a “disabled” woman who lacked “malicious intent” and will not be charged.

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Elk County court administrator Martha Masson received the packages Wednesday and was alarmed because they were heavy and “one had a lumpiness to it.”

The packages also didn’t have return addresses and were mailed to a judge who police say not only doesn’t exist in Elk County, he apparently doesn’t exist anywhere in Pennsylvania.

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Police went to the post office and interviewed clerks who described the woman, which enabled police to ask her about the packages.

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