WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) - A Worland teen has been arrested, accused of planning to make a bomb to detonate at Casper Community College.
The Northern Wyoming Daily News reports that 18-year-old Nick Craft was arrested Wednesday evening at the home where he lives with his parents. Police Chief Greg Bankert said a confidential informant directed them to Craft. He said evidence found at his home substantiated information from the informant.
Washakie County Attorney Bill Shelledy said Craft would be charged with a felony for a terrorist threat under state law. Craft is being held in the county jail and is not permitted to take phone calls. He hasn't appeared in court yet and doesn't have a lawyer.