[Update2, 1/8]: Word is that the Sac Bee story below was incorrect about the secret hearing. There was no sealed hearing having anything to do with the alleged terrorist case.
[Update 1/7, 6 p.m.]: SF Gate says unsealed complaint now shows that defendant actually arrested for making false statement involving international terrorism.
Original Sac Bee story below:
Federal agents have arrested a terror suspect in Sacramento, along with two others in Houston and Milwaukee in a case involving allegations that U.S. residents were in contact with and trying to provide assistance to Islamic State supporters, sources say.
No announcements were made regarding the arrests, but an unusual closed hearing was conducted Thursday afternoon in federal court in Sacramento with U.S. Magistrate Judge Edmund F. Brennan presiding behind closed doors.
No information regarding the hearing was posted on the court calendar or filed in publicly available court documents, and Sacramento FBI spokeswoman Gina Swankie said she could not discuss the matter.