Connecticut Man Accused of Threatening to Kill Cops, Suggesting He’s Part of ISIS

A Connecticut man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to kill police officers and suggesting he’s a member of the Islamic State terrorist group in messages scrawled in local buildings.

Milford police said 31-year-old Miguel Silva, of Stratford, was apprehended Thursday and faces terrorism, harassment, threatening and breach of peace charges. He’s currently being held in custody on $50,000 bail.

Police say Silva wrote threatening messages in local buildings on Jan. 19.

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