33-year-old Tony Williams of Lebanon appeared in Laclede County Associate Circuit Court Wednesday. Williams is charged with making a Terrorist Threat in the 2nd Degree and Possession Of a Controlled Substance. Williams walked into Jordan Valley Health last Friday, demanding to see a doctor, and said there was a bomb in the building. After his arrest, he said there was no bomb, but he was found to have pills in his possession. Williams’s original bond was set at $25,000, but that was reduced to $5,000 Wednesday, and he is not to visit Jordan Valley. Williams has pleaded not guilty to the charges and has asked the court for a public defender. He remains in the Laclede County Jail.