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WA Man Arrested Over Alleged Obama Threat
UPDATE: Anton Caluori has been charged with making a threat against the President and Assault of a Federal agent or employee. The assault charge stems from his allegedly brandishing a shotgun when agents arrived to arrest him Tuesday night.
A Washington state man is under arrest after he allegedly emailed a threat against President Barack Obama.
FOX News Radio’s Courtney Kealy reports:
The FBI intercepted the email worked with police in Washington state to assist in the arrest of Anton Caluori.
Cathy Shrock with the Federal Way police saying the suspect was armed.
(Schrock) “When he opened the door he was armed with a shotgun and during that initial contact the gun was actually brandished so it was on its way up from, to be pointed.”
Local police and the Secret Service confiscated two guns. A bomb squad was also called in. No explosives were found, but at least one more weapon was along with ammunition.
Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.