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30-year-old Ashland man turns himself into police

ASHLAND, Neb. - A 30-year-old Ashland man facing 10 charges turned himself on Monday. Ashland Police had been searching for Steven Bahm for nearly a week.

Bahm is charged with ten counts, including intimidation by phone call/electronic device, terroristic threat, use of a weapon to commit a felony, possession of a weapon, and child abuse/no injury. He has a bond set at $500,000.

Officers say Bahm showed up at a care center causing a disturbance while his girlfriend was waiting for an officer to assist her home. Authorities say employees were able to push Bahm out the door as he tried to get in and the care center went on lockdown.

Bahm's bond has been set at $500,000 pending his first court appearance.

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