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KENT, Ohio - A Colorado man was arrested after police say he threatened to bomb Kent State University.
A cab driver picked up Louis J. Koleszar, of Glenwood Springs, Colo., at the Akron-Canton Airport on Tuesday. The Portage County Sheriff's Office said 58-year-old Koleszar wanted to go to Kent State's campus, where he intended to set off a bomb.
The cab driver contacted her dispatcher, who called police. Deputies said the cab company provided Kent City police and Kent State police with the cab's location.
When the driver exited Interstate 76 at state Route 44 in Rootstown Township, sheriff's deputies were able to arrest Koleszar without incident.
He was taken to the Portage County Sheriff's Office, where he is being held without bond. Koleszar was charged with making false alarms, which is a three-degree felony since the threat involved a weapon of mass destruction, deputies said.
Koleszar will be arraigned in a Ravenna courtroom on Wednesday.
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