Ferry service between Tacoma's Point Defiance and Vashon Island has resumed after being suspended because of a bomb scare.
Someone at the Tahlequah terminal Saturday reported overhearing a man rambling about explosives and about blowing up a car that would be coming off the ferry, King County sheriff's detective Jason Stanley said.
The Sheriff's Office arrested a 48-year-old Vashon Island man as he was leaving the terminal. Stanley said the man is well-known to officers because of his mental state and was arrested on suspicion of trespassing, with other charges possible.
The ferry was sailing to Point Defiance at the time.
The State Patrol and a K-9 unit responded to the location to sweep the boat. A Washington State Patrol spokesman said no bomb was found.
The ferry was back in service just before 4 p.m.
KIRO-TV contributed to this report.