Man Arrested In Connection With D.C.-Area Suspicious Packages, Authorities Say

Some of the packages were said to have contained black powder and rambling letters. A suspect was due to appear in federal court on Tuesday in Washington state.
The FBI investigated multiple reports of suspicious packages at government facilities in and around Washington, D.C., on Monday. Source: Nicholas Kamm

Updated at 11:32 a.m. ET

Authorities have arrested a man in Washington state in connection with the appearance of a number of suspicious packages on Monday at federal facilities around Washington, D.C.

The suspect was arrested

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