Connecticut man charged with threatening Jews online

Kendall Sullivan, 50, of Stamford, was charged on Wednesday by a federal grand jury in Bridgeport, Connecticut, with three counts of making threatening communications online, each punishable by up to five years in prison. The defendant has been in custody since July 15, when he was charged in state court with unlawful possession of unregistered high-capacity magazines, the Justice Department said. On the same day, FBI agents and Stamford police seized more than two dozen firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and other firearm components from his home, the department added.

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