Man accused of terroristic threatening at WKCTC arrested

James Terry

PADUCAH – A McCracken County man was arrested Thursday morning after police say he threatened to blow up a building at West Kentucky Community and Technical College.

Paducah police say 29-year-old James M. Terry of Longview Drive in McCracken County left a voicemail on a WKCTC instructor’s office phone threatening to blow up a building on campus.

Police say Terry’s name and number were recorded on the phone’s caller ID.

Terry was arrested at 9:24 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, at his home. He was charged with second degree terroristic threatening and jailed in the McCracken County Regional Jail.

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