An East Texas grand jury indicted the 52-year-old man who threatened to blow up the Trinity County Courthouse on three felony charges.
Kenneth Dale Goff was indicted for on terroristic threat, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and credit card abuse.
Goff was arrested outside of a hospital in Bossier City, Louisiana on May 24. According to the Trinity County Sheriff's Office, Goff called their office the week before he was arrested and threatened to blow up the courthouse and jail.
He was originally wanted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and credit card abuse, until he made the threat to the courthouse.
Authorities said Goff also told them that he killed several people and would kill more in the future.
A press release from the TCSO stated Goff was seen driving the stolen vehicle. He also allegedly used the stolen credit card numerous times in Trinity County and surrounding counties The Houston Police Department found the stolen vehicle on May 15.
Friday, September 12 2014 7:59 AM EDT2014-09-12 11:59:05 GMT
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