18-Year-Old in Ohio Charged For Alleged Online Threats
Twenty-five guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
That’s what police say they uncovered at the home of an 18-year-old in Ohio.
On Monday federal authorities charged Justin Olsen for online threats against federal agents and Planned Parenthood.
Court documents say Justin Olsen also wrote that he supported mass shootings.
Police raided his father’s home, where he lives.
They found more than two dozen guns, including 15 rifles and 10 semi-automatic pistols, as well as 10,000 rounds of ammunition.
Federal prosecutors say Olsen has been under investigation since February but they decided to act now because of recent mass shootings across the U.S.
Olsen is still in jail and has a detention hearing scheduled for Friday.