US professor charged with making terror threats

A psychology professor was charged with threatening people and hinting about bringing a submachine gun to campus. A psychologist was expected to evaluate Texas Christian University professor Charles Frederick Bond Jr., officials said Thursday. He was being held without bond. The 53-year-old professor was arrested at his home June 1 and charged with making a terrorist threat, a misdemeanor punishable by up to 180 days in jail. In a news release, university officials said Bond has exhibited "extremely inappropriate conduct and made threatening remarks to some campus members."