Man taken into custody for emails he allegedly sent

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ A 26-year-old Lincoln man has been arrested, accused of sending threatening emails and graphically violent pictures to a Nebraska Department of Labor employee.

Reports say the man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of making terroristic threats, stalking and third-degree assault.

In court records, the Nebraska State Patrol described one email in which he questioned her description of him as a ``job hopper,'' then threatened to ``slaughter you like a cow.'' Investigators say the email included four images of severely mutilated female body parts.

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