LONOKE COUNTY, AR -- A Jacksonville man accused of attacking the central Arkansas power grid remains behind bars Monday night.
Federal agents arrested Jason Woodring after they found evidence connecting him to sabotaging parts of the power grid in Lonoke County on three separate occasions.
Detectives with the sheriff's department went to check out his house on Friday after neighbors called 911 about an explosion in the area.
Along with finding evidence of the grid attacks, deputies say they also found a meth lab inside his home.
"We're glad he's in custody. When you have something like this, it affects the whole community," Lt. James Kulesa said.
Woodring faces several state and federal charges.
He's expected to make his first court appearance Tuesday morning at Little Rock's federal courthouse.