A Parson man is arrested on threats of terrorism. The Parsons Police Department received a call from a man reporting that he would shoot police officers and utilize explosives to blow up the judicial center.
In response to the call, PPD officers were dispatched to the location of the caller. Officers established contact with the caller, identified as 39-year-old Jeromy Ray Heiskell. Officers instructed Heiskell to exit the residence. He complied with the officer's requests and was taken into custody and transported to the Parsons Police Department. Heiskell is facing charges of criminal threat and terrorism. During a search of the residence officers located ammunition, which Heiskell is prohibited from possessing as he is a convicted felon.
Heiskell has a history of felony convictions dating back to 2003. He is currently on Community Corrections as part of a 2022 plea agreement for battery on a law enforcement officer, criminal threat, and three counts of interference with law enforcement. Additionally, he is facing another felony case for battery on a law enforcement officer.