James Everett Dutschke, accused of mailing three letters containing ricin, was arrested Saturday at his home. He is being held without bond until a preliminary hearing Thursday.
Ricin suspect Paul Kevin Curtis said, after his release: 'I thought they said rice.' Curtis's attorney says her client was framed. Federal investigators are looking into potential enemies.
Authorities acknowledge that they have found no traces of ricin or ricin-making materials in their search of the home and vehicle of Kevin Curtis, the Mississippi man charged with sending letters laced with the poison to President Obama and two other officials.