Man who claimed to have bomb at Capitol competent for trial
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has ruled the man who claimed he had a bomb in a pickup truck near the U.S. Capitol last month is competent to stand trial.
Floyd Ray Roseberry pleaded not guilty in federal court Wednesday to charges that include threatening to use a weapon of mass destruction. The 49-year-old from Grover, North Carolina, drove a truck onto the sidewalk outside the Library of Congress on August 19 and began shouting that he had a bomb. He surrendered about five hours later.
Police said they did not find a bomb but had collected possible bomb-making materials.