A Centerville man accused of making a terrorist threat poses no danger to himself or the public.
On Wednesday, KTVO reported that an Appanoose County judge had ordered a psychiatric examination of Brian Davis, 51.
In a written ruling issued Thursday, Judge Julie De Vries said a psychiatrist found that Davis is not a danger to himself or others at this time.
That clears the way for Davis to be released from custody.
In her bond review order, Judge De Vries set two conditions for Davis' release.
First, he must continue to abide by the No Contact Order issued last week, meaning Davis must stay away from any school or child care facility for minor children.
Secondly, Davis must appear on Friday at the Iowa Department of Corrections Office in Centerville to set up his pre-trial supervision.
Court records don't indicate when he will actually be released from custody.
Davis was arrested last week after an employee at Mercy Hospital in Centerville reported that Davis made comments about the lack of security in the Centerville School District.Click here to view Davis' court documentsDavis to remain in custody for nowCenterville man charged with terrorism