NEW DETAILS: Waverly business locked down for threat - KWWL - Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings

NEW DETAILS: Waverly business locked down for threat

WAVERLY (KWWL) -- GMT Corporation in Waverly was under lockdown Thursday morning after police got a report of someone making threats against employees at the plant.

The Bremer County Sheriff's Office says the call came in at about 9:57 am.

Officers trying to find the suspect got information saying the subject might have gone to Butler County.  They then notified the Butler County Sheriff's Office and the Iowa State Patrol.

The suspect was later found in Shell Rock and arrested with out incident.

Officials say the subject never accessed any GMT facility.

The investigation continues and no charges have been filed.

They are not releasing the subjects name at this time.

  • NEWSNEWSMore>>

  • Father-son killed in plane crash lived in Iowa City

    Father-son killed in plane crash lived in Iowa City

    Monday, September 24 2018 10:00 PM EDT2018-09-25 02:00:51 GMT

    A celebration of life will be held in Iowa City, on Tuesday, for the father and son that were killed in plane crash in eastern Missouri. 

    More >>

    A celebration of life will be held in Iowa City, on Tuesday, for the father and son that were killed in plane crash in eastern Missouri. 

    More >>
  • radar alert

    TRACKING: Storm Chances through Tuesday

    TRACKING: Storm Chances through Tuesday

    Monday, September 24 2018 9:20 PM EDT2018-09-25 01:20:53 GMT

    Storm chances return tonight with strong storms possible Tuesday afternoon.

    More >>

    Storm chances return tonight with strong storms possible Tuesday afternoon.

    More >>
  • Cedar Rapids sees major flood level for second time in September

    Cedar Rapids sees major flood level for second time in September

    Monday, September 24 2018 8:05 PM EDT2018-09-25 00:05:21 GMT

    The city has prepared to protect areas along the river up to 18 feet by plugging manholes, adding additional sewer pumps and putting up Hesko Barriers on the west side of the river.

    More >>

    The city has prepared to protect areas along the river up to 18 feet by plugging manholes, adding additional sewer pumps and putting up Hesko Barriers on the west side of the river.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly