SD Police Arrest, Search Apt. Of Man Who Allegedly Made Death Threats At Local Mosque

A bomb squad was standing by Wednesday as San Diego police searched the apartment of a man who allegedly made death threats at a local mosque during Ramadan, the U-T San Diego reported

Police Capt. Brian Ahearn told the newspaper that no weapons or explosives were found in Larry Michael Rodgers’ apartment.

Rogers allegedly walked into the Islamic Center of San Diego Monday before daily prayers and said “I’m going to kill all of you” as he left the mosque, according to the U-T. Imam Taha Hassane told the newspaper that Rogers called the congregants “terrorist rats.”

Rogers was to be arraigned on suspicion of making terrorist threats Wednesday afternoon, according to the U-T.

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