Bail Increased For Man Who Threatened Governor's Mansion

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Bail has been set at $100,000 for a Carson City man accused of threatening to place a bomb at the Gov.'s Mansion in Carson City.

David Allen Clary Sr., 47, was arrested at a motel after the incident Saturday night. No one was hurt.

According to police reports, a state employee received a call that night from a man who said his daughter had been accosted in the neighborhood near the mansion and complained about a lack of safety.

He allegedly twice told the state employee that it would be easy to leave a bomb outside the mansion.

The call was traced through caller identification to a Carson City motel, where Clary was arrested and booked on charges of making terrorist and bomb threats, authorities said.