The man accused of taking five hostages last week at a Hillary Clinton campaign office in New Hampshire was arraigned Monday on six state felony charges.
Leeland Eisenberg was charged with four counts of kidnapping, and single counts of criminal threatening and fraudulent use of a bomb-like device, according to Strafford County Attorney Janice Rundles.
Judge Daniel Cappiello ordered Eisenberg to have a mental health evaluation. Bail was set at $500,000 and the next court appearance was scheduled for December 10. Eisenberg is being held at Strafford County jail. Read full article »
CNN's Ekin Middleton and Jim Acosta contributed to this report.