Jody Hall was arrested for allegedly placing a bomb in a mailbox in south Fulton County.

On September 27 at approximately 9:30 p.m., a bomb exploded in a mail box on Harmony Hill Road, south of Salem. The blast was heard for six miles away. According to Fulton County Sheriff Buck Foley, Jody Hall, a 51 year old of Salem was developed as a suspect in the bombing.
On October 2, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department received a call from a Special Agent with the United States Postal Service that he was at the scene of the bombing on Harmony Hill Road and that Hall had just shown up at the address. Foley and Chief Deputy Al Roork stopped Hall in a traffic stop on Wheeling Road near that location and arrested Hall for DWI. A semiautomatic handgun was taken from Hall’s person during the arrest.
On October 3, The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, ATF, United States Postal Inspectors Service, Arkansas State Police, 16th Judicial Drug Task Force, and the Salem Police, executed a search warrant of Hall’s property located at 746 Fairview Road in Salem.
Hall has been charged with two counts of Criminal Use of a Prohibited Weapon, a Class “B” Felony, 31 counts of Criminal Acts Involving Explosives, a Class “B” Felony, and one count of Driving While Intoxicated, a unclassified Misdemeanor.
Hall’s bond has been set at $500,000 cash only. He is incarcerated at the Fulton County Jail.

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