Suspect arrested in Wis. Planned Parenthood arson

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. (AP) -- Police have arrested a suspect in the bombing of a Planned Parenthood clinic in eastern Wisconsin.

Grand Chute police said the suspect was arrested Monday evening, April 2nd, and is being held on a probation warrant. He has not been charged.

Grand Chute Police Chief Greg Peterson says a bottle containing a chemical was placed on the clinic's outside window sill about 7:40 p.m. Sunday, April 1st. A small fire broke out when the bottle exploded, but quickly burned itself out.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin CEO Teri Huyck says there was minimal damage to an exam room and that the clinic will reopen Tuesday. No one was in the building at the time.

The Grand Chute Fire Department responded to the clinic's fire alarm and alerted police after finding the bottle.

Police say a witness saw a white vehicle, possibly an SUV, leaving the area after the explosion. A similar vehicle was involved in a nearby accident shortly afterward. Investigators identified the driver and say he matches the person seen on clinic security video.

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin CEO Teri Huyck thanked police for the quick arrest.