HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — Federal prices have been filed in opposition to an Indiana man who authorities say threatened to shoot President Donald Trump in Fb posts.
The indictment says 20-year-old Steffon Gonzalez posted on March 28 that he was “standing outdoors the president’s location with a bullet ‘chambered’ to ‘blow his head off.'” Trump had a rally that day in Grand Rapids, Michigan .
Gonzalez lives in Hobart, about 145 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.
The (Merrillville) Post-Tribune stories Gonzalez is charged with making threats in opposition to the president and obstruction of justice. The indictment was unsealed Wednesday. He was beforehand charged in Lake Superior Courtroom with felony intimidation.
In line with an affidavit, Gonzalez instructed brokers his account was hacked and denied threatening the president. The affidavit additionally says officers discovered 9 mm rounds and gunpowder in Gonzalez’s room. The affidavit says Gonzalez stated he wasn’t the one particular person with entry to the room.
Info from: Publish-Tribune, http://posttrib.chicagotribune.com/