Trenton woman arrested for making terrorist threats

Terror Threat

The Trenton Police Department arrested a Trenton woman Wednesday after she allegedly made terrorist threats.

The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office reports 50-year-old Kimberly Kay Jacobs has been charged with two counts felony second-degree terrorist threat as well as one count felony delivery or possession of a controlled substance at a county or private jail or correctional center except with written prescription. Bond was set $15,000 cash only, and she is scheduled for the Associate Division of circuit court November 27th.

Court documents accuse Jacobs of causing a false belief or fear that an incident involving danger to life existed when she spoke with a bank representative about shooting someone in the head and with the Trenton City Administrator about blowing off his head with reckless disregard of the risk of causing an evacuation, quarantine, and/or closure of a building.

Court documents also accuse her of possessing methamphetamine on the premises of the Grundy County Law Enforcement Center.