BEVERLY – Beverly’s man has been charged with sending at least five letters to threaten the message and “white powder suspect” to Donald Trump Jr. and others elected, according to the FBI appeal.
A famous man with Daniel Frisiello, 24, Beverly.
“You are a terrible and terrible one,” wrote Frisiello Trump Jr in a letter of appeal. “I’m surprised dad lets him talk on TV, make a stupid family, Eric, he looks smart, that’s why people hate you, so you get what you deserve.”
The letter ended with Trump Jr.’s plan to drive out according to his appeal.
The FBI’s counter-terrorism team arrived at Frisiello’s house on 62 Hathaway Ave. Thursday morning.
Neighbors said they heard big blasts at 8 am, maybe in the way of the transformers, causing power to go out on the street.
After about a minute, at least four vehicles left the road and went to Hathaway, said Richard Faille, who lived across the street.
“I heard a massive explosion and then these people came out,” Faille said.
Neighbors said FBI agents said there was no threat to the area.
FBI Evidence Response
Faille said the FBI agent hit 62 Hathaway doors and others stayed. Some agents with a JTTF JTTF jacket and members of the FBI Evidence Response Team see bags and leave them and carry various items such as laptops.
FBI spokeswoman Kristen Setera described the robbery as “legal action in the ongoing federal investigation.” He will no longer comment on this.
Frisiello will be sentenced on Thursday to the Worcester District Court in America