KSP says man who threatened Trump and Dakota Meyer kicked in Meyer's brother's door
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A man who has openly threatened President Donald Trump, Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer and other public officials kicked in the door of Meyer's brother's house on Thursday night, Kentucky State Police said.
Timothy Gilliam, Meyer's brother, arrived at his home on Brockman Keltner Road in Adair County, Kentucky, around 6:30 p.m. CST on Thursday to find his door kicked in. KSP troopers responded to the home and found someone had stolen food out of the refrigerator and driven off with a green 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee that was in the garage.
KSP was able to identify Christy as the suspect in the burglary after Gilliam showed troopers surveillance video of his property.
Earlier this week, investigators said they have no doubt that Christy came to Adair County last weekend, but they didn't know if he was still there. Christy, who is from Pennsylvania, is on the run from federal authorities, said he's going to shoot Trump in the head and use quote "lethal force" on any officer who tries to arrest him.
U.S. Marshals continue to look for Christy.
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