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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Utah man was taken into custody on Wednesday as a suspect in the investigation of letters sent to Pentagon officials and President Donald Trump that were initially feared to contain the poison ricin, a law enforcement source said.

William Clyde Allen III was arrested in Logan, Utah on a probable cause warrant, but charges were not likely until Friday, the source said.

The article goes on to state the following:

A Federal Bureau of Investigation statement in Salt Lake City said the agency was investigating “potentially hazardous chemicals” in Logan, which is about 66 miles (106 km) north of Salt Lake City.

U.S. investigators have essentially ruled out terrorism after the envelopes sent to a Pentagon mail-sorting facility were flagged on suspicion of ricin, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.

A Pentagon spokeswoman said tests showed that Tuesday’s alert was triggered by castor seeds, which ricin is derived from, as opposed to the deadly substance itself.

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  1. I’ll wager He puts up a Go Fund Me account! and makes a fortune from the left! As per Ford! They can pay you in plain sight with no repercussions

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