The Teamsters union says it has obtained two police reports that indicate that bomb threats made to Overnite's Memphis, Tenn., terminal came from supporters of the company's anti-union campaign.

In the first bomb threat, October 27, 1999, police found that two calls were made at the time of the bomb threat to the terminal from the hotel room of an Overnite worker the union says is a "company man."
The second bomb threat occurred on December 6, 1999. Police reports show that the closest call to the time of the threat was made from the law offices of Overnite's attorneys in Memphis.
In both cases, no bomb was found.