Another suspicious package was discovered at a government mail facility in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday — and it was sent by the same man who’s accused of mailing a dozen others to different military installations around the nation’s capital. The package was discovered during a routine screening and was deemed to be “no threat” after the FBI took possession of it, law enforcement officials told Fox News.
The FBI confirmed the package was discovered around 7:30 a.m. at a mail facility at 3300 V Street NE, in Washington. Nearby roads were blocked to traffic for several hours while workers were evacuated as a precaution, FOX5 DC reported. The facility was given the all-clear signal around 10:30 a.m. The scare came one day after the FBI announced the arrest of 43-year-old Thanh Cong Phan, who was taken into custody Monday night from his home in Everett, Wash. READ MORE