The park and swimming area of Chatsworth Hollow State Park in Killingworth will reopen after tests of the water by the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection indicated there were no harmful substances in the water, WFSB-TV, Hartford, reported.
Wayde Isakson, 55, of Madison, was arrested Tuesday and charged with first-degree threatening, breach of peace and making terroristic threats, DEEP spokesman Dwayne Gardner said.
Agency employees received more than 100 threatening emails Tuesday afternoon, including death threats and a specific threat to poison the park's waters, Col. Kyle Overturf of the DEEP Environmental Conservation Police said.
An investigation by state police and environmental conservation police led to Isakson's arrest at the park, the Hartford Courant reported.
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