Bond Revoked For Lebanon Man Who Made Terrorist Threats At Lebanon Medical Facility

Bond was revoked for a man who made a bomb threat at a Lebanon medical facility in September of 2022. Officials say 34-year-old Tony Williams of Lebanon walked into the building yelling and screaming about his back and that he wasn’t leaving until he was seen by a doctor and got medication. Witnesses told the officers that he also said there was a bomb in the building and that he appeared to be under the influence.

Williams entered a guilty plea to charges of making a terrorist threat in the second degree and possession of a controlled substance in December of last year and was sentenced to 7 years in the Department of Corrections; however, that sentence was suspended; Williams was also placed on five years of probation.

On Thursday, 26th Circuit Judge Kenneth Hayden found that Williams had violated his probation and ordered Williams to be held without bond in the Laclede County Jail. Judge Hayden ruled that Williams posed a threat to public safety. Court records do not indicate how Williams violated his probation.
He is set to appear in court in Laclede County on July 3rd.