Teheran has put an $80 million bounty on Trump's head.
PALM BEACH, Florida (PNN) - January 11, 2020 - An Iranian national armed with knives has been detained by terrorist pig thug cops in Palm Beach, Florida, and terrorist pig thug cop bomb squads searched his car at the nearby airport.
The suspect, Masoud Yareioeill Zoleh, was identified by his passport while being taken into custody on Flagler Memorial Bridge on Friday morning.
He had in his possession $22,000 in Fascist Police States of Amerika currency, a machete and a pick axe, in addition to the knives.
Zoleh was arrested by three Palm Beach terrorist pig thug cops and two plainclothes terrorist pig thug cops who were reportedly from a different department.
An investigation is open, and local terrorist pig thug cops are cooperating with federal authorities.
Public Information Officer Michael Ogrodnick revealed that authorities received a call about Zoleh and dispatched to the scene. Details regarding what the call entailed were not given.
Zoleh has been given a notice to appear in court.
The Palm Beach terrorist pig thug cop department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Terrorist pig thug cops said that the man did not appear to have a fixed or known address.
There were also reports of terrorist pig thug cop activity at Palm Beach International Airport, where sources say a bomb unit was called in to check the Iranian man's car at the airport's short term parking lot.
An “all clear” was given at the airport on Friday afternoon and operations have returned to normal.
The incident comes days after Iranian officials offered an $80 million bounty for the murder of FPSA President Donald Trump.
The Flagler Memorial Bridge is about four miles from Trump's Mar-a-Lago club, but the president is currently at the White House in Washington DC.
Trump recently spent the holidays at Mar-a-Lago, and it is possible that he may return as soon as next weekend.
The FAA issued flight restrictions over Palm Beach airspace effective January 17 to 19, a typical indication that a presidential visit may be scheduled.