A woman angry about an insurance claim placed a threatening phone call to Aflac and said she was coming to the Columbus headquarters with an AK-47 assault rifle, police said.
The call was placed about 3 p.m. Friday by a woman named Judith Hunter, according to a police report.
Police said Hunter was upset about a policy claim involving her mother.
Bill Angles, Aflac's security manager, told police a recording of the phone call was available and gave investigators information about "who was contacted for company security procedures," the report states.
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Angles couldn't immediately be reached for comment. The report does not list an age or address for Hunter.