Man Accused Of Threatening To Kill People At Islamic Center Captured
A man has been captured from Los Angeles who accused of threatening to kill people at Islamic center, the Agoura Hills man found of having multiple weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition at his home.
Authorities has been charged Los Angeles man for making threats to Islamic Center of Southern California state on Tuesday when a man found with heavy amount of weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition in his house when corps raided at his home.
A man named Mark Feigin has been arrested last week on 19 October charged for making criminal threats as the man twice called the regional Muslim Islamic Center for threatening of killing in Southern California.
Mark Feigin allegedly arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats twice on Islamic Center after he identified as the man who has threatened twice by telephone call, according to Department Commander of Los Angeles Police Horace Frank.
Meanwhile the investigation by Los Angeles Police, Mark called two times last month, threatened to be killed one of the member of Islamic Center in Koreatown because he stuffed hate in his mind against Muslim community and believe the Muslim will destroy the whole United States.
LAPD commander Horace Frank said on Tuesday amid news conference that LAPD has launched probe the whole matter and arrested Mark Feigin on 19 October, during their investigation at his house they found multiple firearms inside his house which include riffles, guns, shotguns and handguns along with hundreds of round of ammunition.
According to LAPD commander, Mark will have to face additional crime of committing a hate crime against Muslims and a misdemeanor count of threatening the Islamic center by annoying telephone calls. Mark released on bail after a day he was arrested by Los Angeles Police.