Benjamin Perrine was arrested at his home in Flagler County, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Thursday.
Flagler County sheriff's deputies described Perrine as hostile. He allegedly told them he threatened to use C4 on the neighborhood and the Buddy Taylor Middle School because he believed one of his neighbors had killed his dog.
Perrine said he was tired of being the target of noise complaints, the report said.
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