No Charges Filed In Possible Threat Against President Obama
UPDATE: Hamden police confirm that The U.S. Secret Service spoke with a male individual Friday night on Mix Avenue after a threat was made against President Barack Obama.
“We have taken all appropriate investigative steps in this matter, based on the information we received yesterday about a suspicious vehicle and person,” said Nicole Mainor, a staff assistant in the public affairs department of the U.S. Secret Service. “There have been no arrests or charges brought in this case at this point.”
Police found the car connected to the threat against the President in Hamden Friday night, the Hartford Courant reported.
The Connecticut State Police confirm to FOX CT that they were made aware of a situation by the U.S. Secret Service.
State Police Lt. Paul Vance told FOX CT that State Police have alerted all local departments to be on the lookout for a vehicle with Connecticut license plates in relation to a possible threat.
The president was in Rhode Island Friday for a fundraiser.