Barberton man charged with making threats against Department of Job and Family Services

James Carroll (Photo courtesy: Summit County Sheriff's Office)

SUMMIT COUNTY, Ohio – The Summit County Sheriff’s Office arrested James Carroll, 28, on Monday.

This followed intelligence from the Statewide Terrorism Analysis Crime Center in regards to threats made against the Department of Job and Family Services, according to a press release.

Carroll was arrested at his home in Barberton.

He faces charges of aggravated menacing.

Carroll has been booked in the Summit County Jail.

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