Secret Service Arrest Threatening Suspect Near The White House

The Secret Service arrest near the White House was brought about by a tip-off from Maryland Police. Michael Arega, of Dallas, Texas, was arrested Monday afternoon. His intentions to harm police in the area of the White House seems to have been his goal. 

It did not take the Secret Service long to locate him. There have been no indications that this was considered a terrorist threat. You can read some of the things that Arega was writing within the article below.

As Written, Reported By and Seen First on Fox News:

A man who was arrested Monday in Washington, D.C. allegedly traveled to the nation’s capital to kill “all white police” at the White House.

Michael Arega, of Dallas, Texas, was arrested Monday afternoon after the Secret Service Protective Intelligence Division received an alert just before 3 p.m. from the Montgomery County Maryland Police Department to be on the lookout for Arega.

He reportedly traveled from Texas to kill “all white police” at the White House, according to a statement from the U.S. Secret Service.

Secret Service at the White House searched for Arega until he was arrested without incident around an hour later. He was found on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue near Lafayette Park.

Arega was brought to the Metropolitan Police Department and is awaiting charges………..

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