Report: Man arrested for allegedly threatening Obama

STAMFORD - The Greenwich Post reports a Stamford man has been arrested for allegedly threatening President Barack Obama.

The paper reports that 64-year-old Joseph Antonelli allegedly made the threats in letters he left at the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee headquarters.

Authorities say he was caught on camera delivering the third letter to the headquarters Wednesday morning.

Police charged Antonelli with three charges of disorderly conduct. They say they have now turned the case over to the Secret Service.

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