Police in Palm Beach, Florida have detained an Iranian national armed with knives, the Daily Mail reports.
WPTV reports that the man was taken into custody at the Flagler Memorial Bridge on Friday and he also had an undisclosed amount of cash on him.
The Flagler Memorial Bridge is four miles from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, and the arrest comes after Iranian officials offered a $80,000,000 bounty on the President’s head.
An investigation is currently open, and local police are cooperating with federal authorities.
It comes days after Iranian officials offered an $80 million bounty for the murder of President Donald Trump.
Daily Mail also reports that there are also “reports of police activity at Palm Beach International Airport, where sources say a bomb unit was called in to check the Iranian man’s car at the airport’s short term parking lot.”
— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) January 10, 2020