Man Arrested For Alleged Threat To Murder President Trump, Blow Up Pentagon
A 42-year-old male has been detained for questioning by police
The Interstate 68 in West Virginia has been shut down following alleged threats being made to murder president Donald Trump and blow up the Pentagon, according to reports from WCHS TV.
A 42-year-old male has been detained for questioning after police discovered explosives and a firearm in his vehicle, West Virginia State Police confirmed.
According to WCHS TV:
“Troopers conducted a traffic stop about 10:30 a.m. for speeding in the eastbound lanes near Bruceton Mills. The traffic stop resulted in an investigation that led to the shutdown of the interstate.”
WBOY 12 News added:
“State Police Captain Shallon Oglesby said that the shutdown on I-68 came after a routine traffic stop at about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday for speeding along the eastbound lanes.”
In August 2018, the Antifa protest group threatened President Trump with murder as they gathered outside the White House.
UPDATE: State Police Captain Shallon Oglesby said that the shutdown on I-68 came after a routine traffic stop at about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday for speeding along the eastbound lanes. https://t.co/ZdELcNIvuE— WBOY 12News (@WBOY12News) March 27, 2019
The Secret Service confirmed to The Daily Caller they are now “aware” and are “investigating” the so-called 'progressive' protesters.“
The Secret Service is aware of the incident,” a Secret Service spokesperson said.
The spokesperson then added that no further comment could be made to “protective intelligence investigations” as a matter of policy.