- A California judge on Thursday ruled that prosecutors had enough evidence to demonstrate that a 33-year-old man had plans to make “weapons of mass destruction.”
- Police in Porterville, Calif., started an initial investigation into the man in late April over allegations of elder abuse and credit card fraud. According to Sgt. Ron Moore, detectives took over the case after police were made aware of suspicions that Isgrigg was buying illegal firearms and referencing an “apocalypse.”
- “Some of the items seized were large amounts of ammonium nitrate, potassium nitrate, citric acid, along with several others,” Moore said in a press release Thursday. “Possession of these substances are all precursors to the manufacturing of a weapon of mass destruction, similar to those used in the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995.”
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