Even if the man accused of posting an online threat directed at the Youngstown Jewish Community Center comes up with his $250,000 bond, he likely won't be allowed to return to his home in New Middletown for now.

21 News has learned that U.S. Marshals have placed a “hold” on 20-year-old James Reardon, who as of Tuesday morning remained in the Mahoning County Jail since his arrest on Friday on misdemeanor charges of telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing.

As of yet, records from U.S. District Court do not show any federal charges against Reardon.

Investigators say Reardon posted an Instagram video of himself repeatedly shooting a rifle. On the video was the caption, “Police identified the Youngstown Jewish Family Community shooter as white nationalist Seamus O'Reardon.”

Struthers Municipal Judge Dominic Leone ruled on Monday that if Reardon were to make bond, he would remain on house arrest, forbidden from having access to weapons or any social media. Also, Reardon cannot be within 500 feet of the Youngstown Jewish Community Center or any synagogues.

Reardon's next scheduled appearance in Struthers Municipal Court is September 13. However, if federal charges are filed, the local charges could be dismissed.