This time, Kimberly Al-Homsi, 45, was being held Monday following an incident Saturday that shut down traffic for about five hours on East Loop 820 in Fort Worth.
She is accused of evading arrest with injury to an officer, possession of a prohibited weapon and two counts of making a terrorist threat.
Those are state charges, but Al-Homsi is scheduled to go before a federal judge in Fort Worth on Tuesday to face federal explosives charges.
Also in court will be Arlington resident Yasinul Ansari, 18, (below) who was with Al-Homsi Saturday.
It won't be her first time in a courtroom.
In July 2007, she was arrested on suspicion of prohibited weapons -- again, devices that appeared to be explosive -- after her roommate held Arlington police at bay during a six-hour standoff in their southeast Arlington home.
Tarrant County criminal court records show that Al-Homsi was sentenced to 110 days in jail.
At that time, Arlington police could not confirm reports that the Al-Homsi and her roommate were the same two questioned in March 2007 after being seen watching planes through binoculars at Love Field in Dallas. Those women were seen wearing traditional Muslim clothing over camouflage pants, according to The Associated Press.
Al-Homsi has denied having ties to terrorism.
Staff writer Domingo Ramirez Jr. reports.
-- Bill Miller