TULSA - The Ten Commandments Monument at the Oklahoma Capitol was flattened by a driver sometime Thursday night.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol initially said they have the car, but the driver hadn't been located.
Now, it appears he was in custody since early Friday.
Federal Protective Services apparently detained him for making threats against the President, then turned him over to the Secret Service.
He reportedly told them he was off his meds for mental problems, and voices told him to smash the 10 Commandments monument and urinate on it, adding that he was a Satanist.
Troopers had told KRMG the monument's destruction might have been an intentional act, but they hadn't ruled out the possibility that the driver was drunk.
Capt. George Brown told KRMG "we don't want to speculate on anything, but with the scene the way it is, the driver would have to negotiate around several obstacles."
He noted that the capitol has security cameras, so it's possible they'll be able to recover footage of the incident.
The monument has been the source of controversy. The American Atheists filed a federal lawsuit in January against members of the Oklahoma State Capitol Preservation Commission. A satanic group is also planning a monument.
The suspect has been identified as 29-year-old Michael Tate Reed of Roland, Oklahoma.