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D.C. Bomb Suspect’s Family Tried to Tip Off Cops a Day Before: Docs

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Local cops in North Carolina received a warning from a family member about MAGA fan and Capitol bomb threat suspect Floyd Ray Roseberry the day before he parked outside the Library of Congress claiming he had a bomb while livestreaming anti-government rants.

That’s according to a criminal complaint filed Friday in D.C. federal court, charging Roseberry with threatening to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to use an explosive device.

“During the course of these events on August 19, 2021, which garnered widespread media attention, a local law enforcement official in Cleveland County, North Carolina contacted the FBI to report that the official recognized ROSEBERRY as the subject of a report received the previous day, on August 18, 2021, by a person (W-1) related to ROSEBERRY,” the complaint states.

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