Coolidge man being held by FBI • Device explodes behind Social Security office
Casa Grande Police
Casa Grande police investigate an explosion Friday morning at the Social Security Administration office at 501 N. Marshall St. in downtown Casa Grande. The back door and wall were charred and debris was thrown throughout the back parking lot, damaging a car parked nearby. No one was hurt in the explosion and federal authorities are conducting an investigation.
Posted: Saturday, December 1, 2012 10:12 am
By Scott McNutt and BILL COATES Staff Writers | 1 comment
An explosive device was detonated Friday morning by the back door of the U.S. Social Security Administration office, shaking downtown Casa Grande, but no one was injured.
Federal agents, including those of the FBI, rushed to the scene. The FBI would not confirm whether anyone was in custody, but the Casa Grande Dispatch learned that a Coolidge resident, Abdullatif A. Aldosary, 47, was being questioned. The investigation involved agents’ going to his home at 4732 W. Lemon Ave., on the west side of Coolidge.