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A St. George man charged with making terroristic threats against FBI agents has been found incompetent to stand trial.

Robert Zickella Jr., 49, was charged in September in Washington County's 5th District Court with one count of second-degree felony threat of terrorism.

He is accused of calling the St. George FBI office 112 times, allegedly leaving messages threatening to blow up the FBI building and also threatening to rape FBI agents and their families, according to a St. George police probable cause statement.

Judge Eric Ludlow this month ordered Zickella sent to the Utah State Hospital for treatment.

A search of Utah court records shows Zickella has not been charged with a crime since a 1996 simple assault conviction in Provo.