D.C. Police Arrest Man Accused of Threatening Gov’t Officials

WASHINGTON (AP) -

District of Columbia police say a man has been arrested in a case involving threats to government officials in the Washington area.

The Metropolitan Police Department said Tuesday morning that Adrian Daigle was arrested in Jessup, Maryland, about 25 miles north of Washington.

Police spokeswoman Alice Kim says she doesn’t know which agency found Daigle or what charges, if any, he might face.

Police put out a bulletin Monday night, saying Daigle was wanted for questioning “in reference to an active police investigation involving threats.” They provided no further details.

Daigle is 36 years old. During their search for him, police said he was last seen driving a 1999 silver Lincoln Town car with Louisiana license plates.