Police: Man who threatened to set fire to Planned Parenthood Cincinnati arrested

Posted at 7:21 AM, Sep 16, 2019

INDEPENDENCE, Ky. — Police say a Northern Kentucky man who threatened to “set fire” to a Greater Cincinnati organization was arrested after authorities found him in possession of a "flammable substance."

Kenton County police arrested 28-year-old Daniel Kibler at his home at the 4900 block of Open Meadow Drive in Independence Sunday. Authorities obtained a search warrant after Kibler allegedly made the threats.

On Monday, police said Kibler allegedly made "indirect threats" to set fire to Planned Parenthood Cincinnati, but he did not name a specific location.

Kibler was charged with possession of a destructive device or booby trap device, third degree terroristic threatening and eight counts of first degree wanton endangerment.

The FBI and Kentucky State Police assisted with Kenton County Regional SWAT, Kenton County Homeland Security and Independence Fire.

Authorities said the case is under investigation. Questions and information about the incident can be directed to Detective Brian Jones at (859) 392-1952.

WCPO will update this story.