Lebanon Reporter

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September 19, 2012

Threats prompt scrutiny of courthouse security

Boone County — Entering the Boone County Courthouse may become more difficult 

for the public because of a man who police consider a “credible 

threat” to court employees.

The man, who was not identified, appeared at the Superior Court II 

office four hours before his hearing, unaware that it had been 

postponed, Boone County Attorney Bob Clutter said.

“He came into their office and had a camera on his head,” Clutter 

said. “He was making some very odd and unusual statements.”

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