US Navy Veteran Arrested for Suspicious Letters. A letter with a suspicious substance was sent to President Donald Trump on Monday. The envelope, however, never reached the White House, reported the Secret Service through Twitter
A man who allegedly sent letters with highly toxic substances to the US government was arrested Wednesday in the State of Utah, several US media reported.
According to the information, the man is a native of the city of Logan, where he was arrested.
“Given that we are handling dangerous substances, we ask the population to stay away during the police intervention,” FBI investigator Douglas Davis told the KUTV network.
On Monday several letters containing highly poisonous substances were received by different instances of the US Government.
“Early research shows that it’s castor beans, from which ricin is made,” Pentagon spokeswoman Dana W. White said. “The FBI is still investigating.” Ricin is a highly toxic substance that is often used in terrorist attacks.
A letter with a suspicious substance was sent to President Donald Trump on Monday. The envelope, however, never reached the White House, reported the Secret Service through Twitter. Several letters with a suspicious substance were also sent to the Pentagon mailbox.
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