Aug 13, 2019

THREATENING AGENTS


AN 18-YEAR-OLD NORTHEAST OHIO MAN CHARGED WITH MAKING ONLINE THREATS AGAINST FEDERAL AGENTS WAS ARRESTED AT A HOME FILLED WITH GUNS AND A HUGE STOCKPILE OF AMMUNITION. 
COURT DOCUMENTS SAY JUSTIN OLSEN ALSO WROTE THAT HE SUPPORTED MASS SHOOTINGS AND ATTACKS ON PLANNED PARENTHOOD. FEDERAL PROSECUTORS SAY OLSEN HAS BEEN UNDER INVESTIGATION SINCE FEBRUARY, BUT THEY DECIDED TO ACT NOW BECAUSE OF RECENT MASS SHOOTINGS ACROSS THE U.S. OLSEN, WHO LIVES WITH HIS FATHER, WAS ARRESTED LAST WEEK. HE WAS CHARGED MONDAY WITH THREATENING A FEDERAL OFFICER.
AGENTS SEIZED 15 RIFLES, 10 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOLS AND ROUGHLY 10,000 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION DURING THE ARREST. COURT DOCUMENTS SAY OLSEN TOLD THE F-B-I DURING HIS ARREST THAT THE COMMENTS WERE ONLY A JOKE.

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