A man resident in US city of Midvale has been arraigned by the grand jury in the U.S District Court of Utah after threatening to kill President Trump and making further threat to blow up several buildings.
According to court filing, the man who is identified as Travis Dominguez made threats on the Internet during President Donald Trump’s visit to Salt Lake City in the western U.S. state of Utah on Dec. 4, 2017.
This been said, Dominguez has been charged with 11 counts of making threats to kill the president, police and blow up several buildings, according to a court filing.
He was captured to have made two threats of taking the life of “sexist racist homophobic” President Trump and vowed to injure police officers if they tried to intervene.
He was further quoted to have threatened to blow up the Chase Bank in Sandy and Megaplex Movie Theater in South Jordan, and shoot moviegoers and police responding to the shooting.
According to Fox 13, Dominguez was arrested during a traffic stop near the movie theater on Sunday.