US cops thwarted THREE mass shootings last week: Police in three states arrest man who built a high-powered rifle, a suspect who wanted to ‘kill 100’ and a white nationalist who ‘targeted Jews’

Monday, August 19, 2019
By Paul Martin

Connecticut police arrested Brandon Wagshol, 22, on Thursday August 15
Cops were tipped off by a citizen who saw him buying large capacity magazines out of state in an attempt to build his own high-power rifle
He posted online saying he wanted to commit a shooting and a search of his home revealed an arsenal of weapons and tactile gear
Tristan Scott Wix, 25, was arrested Friday in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida
He allegedly sent his ex-girlfriend texts threatening to commit a mass shooting
Wix said he wanted to ‘break a world record for longest confirmed kill ever’
Cops found .22-caliber hunting rifle and 400 rounds of ammo in his home
James Patrick Reardon, 20, was arrested and booked into jail on Saturday for threatening to carry out a shooting at a Jewish community center in Ohio
He posted a video of himself shooting a gun and tagged the community center
Reardon is a white nationalist who attended the Unite the Right rally in 2017

19 August 2019

Police thwarted three potential mass shootings in the span of three days late last week, just two weeks after the US saw two devastating massacres that left 29 dead in 13 hours.

Cops arrested three men in separate incidents in Connecticut, Florida, and Ohio after receiving tips from the public.

The would-be shooters, ages 20 through 25, included a Connecticut man who posted on social media about his interest in committing in a mass shooting, a Florida man who threatened to shoot dead at least 100 victims and break the world record for longest confirmed kill, and a white nationalist who targeted a Jewish community center in Ohio.

Connecticut man who posted on Facebook about carrying out a mass shooting

Brandon Wagshol, 22, was arrested on Thursday in Connecticut after police say he posted on Facebook about wanting to commit a mass shooting and tried to purchase high capacity ammunition magazines.

Wagshol was charged with four counts of illegal possession of large capacity magazines and is currently being held on $250,000 bond.

He’s scheduled to appear in court on September 6.

A citizen contacted the Norwalk Police Department and claimed Wagshol was trying to purchase high capacity magazines from out of state.

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