A car sought in connection with a suspected threat against President Obama is located in Connecticut, suspect taken into custody but no charges or arrests made. Mana Rabiee reports.
As President Barack Obama and the First Family returned from a New York wedding early Sunday, authorities continued their investigation into Friday's suspected threat against the President. Authorities say they've located a car in Connecticut in connection with the threat, the nature of which neither the police nor the Secret Service have detailed yet. What IS known is that the car is a 2014 Volkswagen Jetta. Police say it was found late Friday night near an ice rink and a group of apartment buildings in Hamden, a suburb of New Haven. Obama was about 90 miles east of Hamden on Friday night, in Newport, Rhode Island, for a Democratic fundraiser. Hamden police say a suspect was taken into custody late Friday, according to NBC news, but the Secret Service said on Saturday that no charges or arrests have been made.