After Isaac, New Orleans man indicted for threat against FEMA | The Republic

A 43-year-old New Orleans man has been accused of threatening to blow up a FEMA facility and now faces 10 years in prison.

On Friday, U.S. Attorney Jim Letten said a federal grand jury indicted Anthony Tucker Mendoza on one count of threatening to destroy a FEMA facility with explosives.

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