A man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of making terrorist threats to a Marysville state office, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Joshua Burbank, 30, was identified as a suspect for threatening the Marysville Employment Development Department over the phone on May 18, causing the office to evacuate at 3:15 p.m., a CHP press release said.
Burbank was "located, interviewed and subsequently arrested" in Olivehurst on Thursday morning, and was booked into Yuba County jail, the press release said.
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