Man Arrested for Threatening Phone Calls After Sandy Hook

A man was arrested for making threatening phone calls to the residents of Newtown, Connecticut, two days after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that claimed 26 lives in December 2012.

Cardenas Hoffman, 30, of Venezuela, was arrested Saturday in a Miami airport for allegedly calling residents and claiming to be Adam Lanza, the late shooter, according to a U.S. Department of Justice statement.

 Hoffman was charged with a criminal complaint in May 2013 for “threats in interstate or foreign commerce to injure the person of another,” the statement said.


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