A Kenyan regional governor has been charged with terrorism and murder over attacks in the coastal Lamu district in which scores of people were killed.
Issa Timamy was charged over the attacks on the Mpeketoni town area. He faces several charges including murder.
Kenya's president has blamed the attacks on political networks, despite Somali Islamist group al-Shabab claiming responsibility.
Opposition parties have dismissed the president's claims.
Most of the dead were ethnic Kikuyus, like the Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. Non-Muslims were singled out to be killed.
Mr Timamy belongs to a political affiliate of Mr Kenyatta's governing Jubilee coalition.
He will remain in police custody until 30 June, while investigations continue.
Locals blockaded roads in protest against insecurity after the attacks
The attacks earlier in June killed at least 60 people, as gunmen descended on hotels and a police station.
It was the most deadly attack in Kenya since last September, when at least 67 people were killed by al-Shabab fighters at Nairobi's Westgate shopping centre.