Suspect package sent to us embassy in new zealand. Thank you for your help in dealing with it. —
Terrace John (@TerraceJohn) January 9, 2014
But after they heard of the bomb threat, both deputies and members of the FBI’s New York Field Office immediately called in another bomb squad and the agents removed the suspect and placed him in custody.
Authorities said the officer was uncooperative, as officers told him not to discuss the situation or answer questions.
“He’s going to be charged criminally,” a law enfo슬롯 머신rcement source told the New York Post after he was arraigned on a misdemeanor charges.
Sheriff John Hanlin confirmed the bomb squad was called to the scene.
“He took out several bombs and then turned them over to us,” he said.
The Secret Service said in a statement to ABC News that the agency responded to the scene immediately after receiving a call. Agents on the scene had to call in a bomb disposal robot.
Acco우리 카지노rding to the FBI, an officer who answered the caller’s door was wearing body armor. He also had his handgun holstered in his right han카지노톡d and was wearing his department’s “police protective vest.”
“We are in contact with the Secret Service, and are following their assistance,” said Michael Carvin, communications director for the Secret Service. “Our goal, and our desire, is for everyone at home to be safe.”
Terrace John, 28, was taken into custody without incident without incident, according to law enforcement. Both deputies took off their helmets.
The department has sent out an alert to the public about the situation, according to the police department.
The threat against the officers, was sent in via email message to the NYPD bomb squad, then forwarded to an officer on scene, but the officer was not notified.
After the two agents were taken into custody, they were escorted through the lobby of the embassy, where they later spoke to journalists.
The Secret Service said they are aware that an explosive threat was made against the department’s Manhattan headquarters on Friday afternoon and that law enforcement officers in New York have been under increased pressure to respond to such an attack.
“The Secret Service’s response teams will respond to every threat, including those from individuals or organizations that pose a high-risk of causing significant physical damage,” Secret Service Director John Sullivan said in a statement.
A total of three bomb threats in New York City are active at this point, according to NBC News.