The facts occurred as a spectacular search of Donald Trump’s home by the FBI on Monday angered far-right circles in the country.
The FBI, the American federal police, indicated in a press release that an armed person had tried to
to break in at its offices in Cincinnati, Ohio early Thursday morning.
The alarm went off and armed FBI agents arrived, and the suspect fledsaid the federal police.
According to local media, the man, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, used a nail gun and brandished an AR-15 semi-automatic weapon, before fleeing by car.
A police spokesman said officers were in pursuit.
Once the vehicle came to a stop, there was an exchange of fire between the officers and the suspecthe said.
The man took refuge in a cornfield, where he was surrounded by security forces who tried unsuccessfully to negotiate with him to surrender to the authorities, a doorman said in the evening. -word of the Ohio police.
The 42-year-old man brandished his firearm in the direction of the police, who then fired. His death was pronounced on the spot.
NBC reported that the suspect, according to three people assisting law enforcement, could be seen in photos from the Jan. 6 invasion of the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters, but it was unclear if he had entered inside.
FBI Director Christopher Wray announced on Wednesday that the FBI had received threats after the search at Mr. Trump’s home, calling them a
deplorable and dangerous.
Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, whatever your problemhe added.