A Mabank man was in the Henderson County jail on Monday on $250,000 bond after being charged with terroristic threat.

KLTV reports that Robert Daryl Williams, 58, told a Henderson County deputy that he planned to bomb school buses near his property.

Police records show that on Friday, a Henderson County investigator was contacted by a deputy about Williams' threat while she was working security at the Henderson County Annex Building. The deputy said that she had been contacted by Williams, who said he needed the fire marshal.

The officer told Williams that the fire marshal was not in the office and to leave his name and number or talk to the sheriff’s office, KLTV reports. Williams said that he had already been to the sheriff’s office and had been directed to the fire marshal’s office.

The affidavit shows that Williams said he wanted to talk to County Judge Wade McKinney about the bombs he would use on school buses whose drivers went by his property. Williams said he and his neighbor guard the property and would use weapons.

The deputy then escorted Williams from the Henderson County Annex Building. He was arrested.