Police Arrest Man They Believe Is Connected To ‘MAGA Bomber’ Packages

Two more bomb packages found Friday as investigators search for clues

The officials spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation.

Authorities noted that they included "energetic material".

The development came amid a coast-to-coast manhunt for the person responsible for a series of explosive devices addressed to Democrats including former President Barack Obama, former Vice-President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton.

Sayoc, a registered Republican, was taken into federal custody Friday and has a lengthy criminal history in Florida dating back to 1991, including drug and fraud charges and felony theft. Records show he was born in NY and according to an online resume he attended college in North Carolina.

Sayoc declared bankruptcy in 2012, according to a court filing that said he lived with his mother at that time. Misspellings from his online posts matched mistakes found on the packages, according to an 11-page criminal complaint.

In 2002, he was arrested for making a bomb threat in Miami-Dade County, and received one year of probation for the charge.

"The bottom line is that Americans must unify", he said.

He also said he did not see his picture on the side of Sayoc's van. They covered the vehicle with a blue tarp.

A spokesman for billionaire donor Tom Steyer, who is sponsoring a campaign to impeach Trump, also said a suspicious package addressed to him was discovered on Friday. The 13 bombs found so far were not "hoax devices", he said, calling them "IEDs", or improvised explosive devices.

The package sent to Wasserman-Schultz was originally intended for former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. A van in Plantation was towed away to Miramar, Florida, where an Federal Bureau of Investigation field office is located, a law enforcement official said. Kamala Harris; and another in NY addressed to James R. Clapper Jr., the Obama-era director of national intelligence. Authorities were also investigating a suspicious package in Sacramento, California, addressed to Democratic Sen. "We will bring them to justice".

Earlier Friday, he complained that "this "bomb" stuff" was taking attention away from the upcoming election and said critics were wrongly blaming him and his heated rhetoric.

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None of the crudely manufactured devices detonated. It's uncertain whether the inert explosives were meant to harm their targets or merely evoke fear.

"I never thought I'd be living among a terrorist", Sassin said.

Several of the packages were sent through a US mail office in a town less than 10 miles from where Sayoc lived. A package addressed to Sen.

None of the bombs sent out this week exploded, and no one was hurt.

A law enforcement source told CBS News that DNA evidence on one of the 12 devices sent out played a part in leading investigators to the Florida resident.

The explosive devices were packed in envelopes with bubble-wrap interiors bearing six American flag stamps and the return address of Florida Rep. She is a former chair of the Democratic National Committee.

All of them were sent to people who have criticized or clashed with President Donald Trump, and authorities continued to warn Friday that others could still be out there. At the NY briefing, authorities confirmed that at least some of the packages were distributed through the USA mail, and cautioned that there could be additional devices in the postal system.

"This is definitely domestic terrorism", Clapper told CNN, saying Trump bore "some responsibility of civility in this country".

While he did not exclude the possibility that Sayoc might have had accomplices, Wray said he did "believe that we've caught the right guy".

New York Police stand outside the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 in New York.