Authorities are investigating after materials that could be used to make explosives were found in a home in Queens
According to a spokesman for the Intelligence and Counterterrorism Division of the New York Police Department, the landlord found items that caused him concern after the fire was extinguished at the bottom of the house. Investigators also found books on military explosives and booby-traps, chemicals, and some suspicious notes in the building. The man who lives in the house behaved strangely, he was taken to a local hospital for observation.
According to the authorities, the man could face charges. “Now he is in the hospital as an emotionally unstable person. Miller said. – While we continue our investigation. The suspect will be charged if they are justified. ” Lieutenant Mark Torre of the New York City Police Department said that “no explosive device was found in the house.” The FBI and the Joint Counter Terrorism Task Force are being investigated by the NYPD.