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Driver detained at White House checkpoint after claiming to have bomb


A driver was detained Saturday night after he reportedly told officials at a White House checkpoint that he had a bomb in his car.

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Sean Patrick Keoughan, 29, said “this is a test” as he was taken to the ground by security, according to NBC News. He was identified Sunday by police. 

According to CNN, the Keoughan's claim just after 11 p.m. prompted an upgrade in White House security, the Secret Service said. Officials, who closed nearby streets, did not say whether he actually had a bomb, CNN reported.

Keoughan was arrested and charged with false bomb threats and unauthorized use of a vehicle, according to NBC News.


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