Police: Man Claims Bomb in Trunk during White House Checkpoint

Authorities contend a male who gathering to a confidence checkpoint nearby a White House in a stolen automobile was arrested after saying “there’s a explosve in a trunk.”

A military news says 29-year-old Sean Patrick Keoughan of Roanoke, Virginia, got out of a automobile during a checkpoint Saturday and was clasping something in his palm when he done a threat. The news says that while he was being taken to a belligerent he stated: “This is a test.”

He was arrested for creation a fake explosve hazard and for unapproved use of a vehicle.

Earlier Saturday, 58-year-old William Bryant Rawlinson of Silver Spring, Maryland, was arrested on a assign of wrong entrance after jumping a steel separator only outward a White House fence.

The boss wasn’t during a White House during a time of possibly incident.

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