MOUND CITY, Kan. — A 67-year-old man is jailed after authorities said he made threats that led to the temporary closing of the Linn County Courthouse in December.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Linn County sheriff’s office announced that Albert C. Hinds, of Pleasanton, was arrested Wednesday on possible charges of terrorism and criminal threat. He was arrested at a grocery store in Mound City, Kansas. Authorities allege that Hinds made threats against banking personnel and law enforcement officers.
He is being held on the Bourbon County Jail. No other information was released.