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A Texas man arrested after committing a "terrorist threat" to the Supreme Court

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Mikeal Archambault, 20, was arrested by the Texas Colony Police Station on June 25 for threatening the Supreme Court online on Twitter. rice field.

After an investigation by the police criminal investigation department, police obtained a "presumed cause of arrest warrant".

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Mikeal Archambault, 20, was arrested on June 25 by The Colony Police Department in Texas after allegedly making a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court online on Twitter.

Mikeal Archambault, 20, said on June 25 that he had given the Supreme Court an "terrorist threat" online. Arrested by the Colony Police Department in Texas. On Twitter. (Denton County Prison)

According to a spokesman, Alkanbalt was subsequently arrested in his residence in a Texas colony.

"TCPD has been contacted by the FBI about the threat of online Twitter to the Supreme Court. In collaboration with the FBI, the TCPD Criminal Investigation Bureau conducted an investigation to obtain the probable cause of the arrest warrant. The suspect was arrested at his residence. "

He was charged withterrorist threat, was booked in Denton County Jail on June 25, and was released on June 26 with a $ 25,000 deposit.

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Mikeal Archambault, 20, was arrested on June 25 by The Colony Police Department in Texas after allegedly making a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court online on Twitter.

20-year-old Mikeal Archambault told the Texas Colony Police on June 25. I was arrested. "Terrorist threat" to the Supreme Court online on Twitter. (Denton County Prison)

TikTokLibs first reported his arrest.

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