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OREM -- A man suspected of trespassing is now accused of threatening to kill Orem police officers and burn down their police station.
The Daily Herald reports Todd Randall Reyman, 52, went to the Orem police station Monday to talk about a trespassing violation.
An arrest report stated Reyman entered the office of the apartment complex where he lives although he was only allowed to contact apartment managers via email or fax.
Police say once at the police station, Reyman accused police of "bizarre things." He threatened to kill the police, burn down their building and murder the staff at the apartment complex.
At that point the lobby of the police station was cleared for safety and the man arrested. The Herald reports Reyman was booked into the Utah County Jail on charges of making threats of terrorism and interfering with a public building.
He told police he had not taken his medication for the past three days.