Man Arrested in Bozeman After Allegedly Talking About Terrorism
According to the Associated Press, a man who federal agents say talked about joining ISIS and killing people in response to last month's shooting at a New Zealand mosque was arrested at a Bozeman gun range.
Fabjan Alameti appeared before a judge, Thursday, to face charges of possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of a controlled substance and making false statements involving international and domestic terrorism.
An FBI agent indicated that Alameti moved to Bozeman in March from New York.
He allegedly had been communicating with an undercover informant about joining ISIS and planning an attack on people here in the U.S.
According to the AP, Alameti was arrested on Tuesday while renting a semi-automatic rifle in Bozeman.