Florida Arrest in Suspicious Packages Case

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A Florida arrest was made this morning in the suspicious packages case, after two more “bombs” were found in Florida that were addressed to Cory Booker and James Clapper which brings the total devices to 12. The suspect was arrested in Plantation, Florida at an auto parts store. The only information thus far is that he’s a white male, 56 years old. There is a planned press conference at 2:30 Eastern, which we will monitor.

Update: The suspect has been identified as Cesar Altieri Sayoc, 56. He shows an Aventura, Florida address.

Cesar Sayoc

The package addressed to Cory Booker was located at the Opa-Locka mail facility. The package addressed to James Clapper was located at the 52nd street mail facility in Manhattan. According to Fox, several of the packages were sent through the Opa-Locka mail station.

Police hauled away a van that had side windows completely covered in stickers. The strange thing is that generally, a police officer would have stopped that van due to the windows being obstructed. Just asking, when were the stickers put on the windows?

The narrative thus far is a ‘deranged Trump supporter.’ Mental case perhaps? None of the “devices” detonated, and no one was injured, but we expect more information at the press conference. Reports say that the man was known to police for making “terroristic threats.”

Featured photo: screenshot via ABC

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