(UPDATE) FBI Arrest in Rochester Apparently Involves Colorado Case
Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - A spokesman for the US Attorney in Colorado today declined to comment on a Rochester man’s case, but did indicate an announcement could be coming next week.
The 42-year-old man was taken into custody after FBI agents raided his home in the 5200 block of 51st Street Northwest on Thursday. Rochester Police Capt John Sherwin says he can’t comment on the case but says “it does not involve terrorism or a homeland security issue.”
The man was held in the Olmsted County jail overnight before federal agents took him into custody on Friday. A spokesperson for the federal prosecutor’s office in Minnesota indicated the case is being handled by federal authorities in Colorado.
FBI agents were in Rochester Thursday and took a man into custody.Rochester police officers were also at the scene of the home located in the 5200 block of 51st St NW. Police Capt John Sherwin says he can’t comment on the case but says “it does not involve terrorism or a homeland security issue.”
The man taken into custody was kept in the Olmsted County jail overnight. Federal agents picked him up Friday morning and he was reportedly taken to federal court.