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BRUCETON MILLS, W.Va. (AP) —
Police in West Virginia have detained a driver who authorities say had an explosive powder and threatened to kill President Donald Trump and blow up the Pentagon.
The man was taken into custody following a traffic stop Wednesday along Interstate 68 in northern West Virginia, West Virginia State police confirmed.
State police in Kingwood said in a news release that a 42-year-old motorist was stopped for speeding near Bruceton Mills. Capt. Shallon Oglesby says a firearm and an explosive powder was found in the vehicle.
The interstate was shut down for four hours for what state police said was an "in-depth investigation." The suspect's name wasn't immediately released.
originally posted by: lakenheath24
Ole Joe Scarborough just lost the plot eh.
Seriously though, how did they know it was explosive powder?
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Tartuffe
A car full of guns and explosives was speeding?
Undoubtedly driven by a low-IQ liberal snowflake.