Published July 25, 2013
By Lida Alikhani, KVEW TV
A 52-year-old Kennewick man is being held on a $150,000 bail in connection to the bomb threats made at Columbia Basin College last week.
Steven Brown was arrested yesterday morning at his home in Kennewick and is currently on a 72-hour hold but has not yet been formally charged.
The prosecution said it is necessary to hold Brown because of his lengthy criminal background dating back to the late 80's.
Brown will appear back in court on July 30th if he is charged.
Brown did call Your Local ABC last week claiming to be a former CBC security guard and that security was lax there.
However, CBC said Brown was not an employee or student at the college.
They said he did apply for admission in 2011 but never registered for any classes.
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