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Heavily armed man arrested in New York for planning 'something terrible'


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On June 12, New York police detained an armed man from Queens. He spread extreme jihadist views online. Authorities believe the man is up to something very dangerous, reports New York Post.

29-year-old Judd Sanson was taken into custody on June 12 guard around 1:30. Police found a loaded 9mm pistol, nine loaded magazines, an NYPD vest, handcuffs, two axes, a stun gun, several knives and an extendable baton, along with items of local police uniform.

In addition, law enforcement officers found a Guy Fawkes “V for Vendetta” mask and an orange Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) vest.

On the subject: A man robbed two children on the street in Brooklyn

The baton had several alarming messages engraved on it. Posts, including "You left me no choice, I'm sorry, you will study today" and the Arabic caption "God forgive me."

"Prevented something very terrible"

“Given what was found on him, we may have prevented something very terrible,” one police officer said. – The intentions of the detainee are still under investigation. The findings could have had dire consequences.”

According to sources, the suspect, among other things, expressed extremist views in online posts.

Officers from Queens' 110th Precinct stopped Sanson around 23 a.m. near 86rd Avenue and XNUMXth Street. They found a weapon in his Ford Explorer.

Police initially stopped the SUV because it had an obscured license plate. The suspect lived in the car and regularly used drugs.

The police issued him a ticket for the license plate and charged him with possession of weapons and ammunition.

NYPD Deputy Commissioner Kaz Daughtry said "ghost cars" - vehicles with false or hidden license plates - could be linked to criminal activity.

The department has seized 683 vehicles with masked plates and 2875 with paper plates this year, Daughtry said.

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