An Eldon man is charged in connection to an, apparent, alleged threat against utility giant Ameren. Courthouse records show that James Scott Wilson is charged with one felony count each of first-degree harassment and second-degree terrorist threat. Wilson allegedly threatened to shoot any employee or Ameren vehicle because he was mad that their lights were too bright and were keeping him awake at night. He also allegedly activated the intercom to the night shift secretary several times over two months. Bond on the two-count charge was set at $20,000. If he posts bond, he’ll be under court order to have no contact with any Ameren employee or step foot on the property at any Ameren facility. As of Wednesday evening, Wilson was being held in the Miller County Jail.