The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested a 37-year-old Arkansas man yesterday in connection with a series of attacks on the local power grid. The suspect, Jason Woodring, is a resident of Jacksonville, AR. Woodring was charged with destruction of an energy facility. If convicted, he could face a prison sentence of up to 20 years imprisonment.
Agents from the FBI and Joint Terrorism Task Force descended on Woodring’s home in Jacksonville on Friday after neighbors reported a loud explosion near the residence. At the home, agents noticed a blue hose that matched one used in an August incident where power lines were cut down and dragged across train tracks.
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