HOLDEN, W.Va. — State Police arrested a Logan County man Thursday after he allegedly made threats to those working in the Washington, D.C. office of U.S. Senator Jay Rockefeller.

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Alan Anderson

Troopers said Alan Anderson, 55, of Holden, called the senator’s office at about 12:30 p.m. and threatened to shoot 10 to 12 people.

Anderson was taken into custody at his home without incident. He was charged with making terroristic threats.

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Comments

  • DWL

    The mid-term election payments aren't what they used to be it appears. The democrats, (d)'s, liberals, leftists need to increase their minimum alcohol and drug payments to their voting base. How do they expect to keep them voting for them?

  • Curly Joe

    So this is what became of Buckwheat. What a sad ending for this little rascal.

  • David

    This man is a victim of racism.
    Why shouldn't black people be allowed to threaten their representatives?

    Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan do this all the time although it's more like extortion when they do it.

    Of course with Rockys recent comments about W. Virginians all bring racist because they disagree with Obama the timing of this is priceless...

  • boring

    Give me a break...give someone some drugs and some alcohol and this happens more than not.
    No news....Just a crack head!