The Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team was called to the Harford County Circuit Court House in Bel Air on Friday after a pair of judges received threatening letters containing a white substance.
The letters, which the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said contained threats to harm the President, were mailed to Judges William Carr and Steve Waldron. One of Judge Carr’s staff members opened the letter and found it contained a white substance. Neither letter threatend the local judges directly.
The HazMat crew was able to preliminarily determine the substance to be sugar and investigators have learned the suspected letter-mailer is an inmate at Department of Corrections facility in Hagerstown.
The investigation is ongoing and charges are pending. No one was injured in the incident.
People are so friggin sick and crazy. I thought mail sent out by the inmates were checked. If not, they should be. Guess that can’t happen though. It would be violating their civil rights. Jesus this country is screwed up.
Somone doesnt like the pokey !
Go Dagger !
Hiram Lodgepole says
my sources tell me the ‘substance’ was “Sweet and Low, and unfortunetly was opened by someone not familiar with the nut-case who has done this before…in short, authorities know who did it… it was not anthrax. …the judges are both aware of the individual…
Len Chapel says
MD needs Sheriff Joe (Arpaio) of Maricopa Co., AZ, running the penal system.
No Name says
This nutter must like the boys club of hagerstown.