Idaho man upset with court tries to crash into courthouse

Authorities say an Idaho man tried to crash a car into a courthouse in downtown Boise because he was upset with the court system.

The Ada County Sheriff's office says 37-year-old Jonathan Joseph Locksmith drove toward the courthouse in the state's capital city Sunday morning.

Rescue crews remove a vehicle crashed earlier intentionally into the Ada County Courthouse fountain in Boise, Idaho, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017. Authorities say Jonathan Locksmith upset with the court system tried to crash a car into the courthouse in the state's capital city Sunday morning, spinning his vehicle around in a "doughnut" before landing it in the fountain downtown Boise. Locksmith was arrested on a misdemeanor reckless driving charge. (Katy Moeller/The Idaho Statesman via AP)

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According to authorities, Locksmith apparently made it onto the courthouse plaza in the car, spinning it around in a "doughnut" before landing the vehicle in a fountain.

There were no injuries reported.

Locksmith has been arrested on a misdemeanor reckless driving charge and is now in jail.

It's unclear if he has an attorney.

The sheriff's office says Locksmith told a passer-by that he was upset with the court system and wanted to be arrested to go back to jail.

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