Muslim Ex-Marine Discovered with PIPE BOMBS, Guns & Knives in Hotel Room

So are people going to blame this on his mental state? That he was never himself after the military service and that lead him into a downward spiral? If that is the case, people should have gotten this guy help immediately! But we have a feeling there is a much clearer explanation. Thank goodness he was caught before he could do harm to others.

A 35-year-old former Marine accused of leaving pipe bombs at the Sheraton Denver Downtown on Wednesday had written the word “explosives” on the closet door mirror in his hotel room, where empty rifle shell casings and several metal pipes were strewn.

The bombs were inside an ammunition case in the room’s safe.

Adam Nauveed Hayat, is accused of one count of possession of firearms not registered with the National Firearms and Registration Transfer Record. He was arrested Friday in Los Angeles — near that city’s airport —  without incident.

A law enforcement source told The Denver Post that Adam Hayat was taken into custody in the case.
Investigators have been mum on Hayat’s arrest, however, ABC News reports that Hayat, who is an American citizen of Pakistani descent, was found with knives after apparently flying to Los Angeles. Speaking to Denver7, Sultan Hayat, the father of the suspect, said his son has history of mental health problems, including PTSD, bipolar disorder and symptoms of attention deficit disorder.

“Police called this morning from Denver, and I talked to them,” Sultan told Denver7 on Thursday. “They said he had bought some firearms, and they were concerned that he may hurt himself or someone else.”

Police told Sultan that Hayat had “run up a bill of $10,000 since Dec. 26 at a Denver hotel.”

The Denver Police Department has referred questions about the case to the FBI.

However, Denver police tweeted at about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday that they were investigating a “suspicious package” on the 1500 block of Court Place. The only buildings on the block belong to the Sheraton.

“Officers collected some evidence for further evaluation,” the department tweeted the following morning. “No suspects in custody at this time.”

A man with Denver connections was arrested Thursday in Los Angeles after unexploded devices were found at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.A law enforcement source told The Denver Post that Adam Hayat was taken into custody in the case and is due in court Friday morning.
A Denver Police Department spokesman referred questions about the case to the FBI. The Denver Fire Department said it could not comment.
“Unfortunately, I cannot comment on that because it’s an ongoing investigation,” said Jessie Smoger, a front desk supervisor at the Sheraton. “I can’t comment.”

However, ABC News reports that Hayat, who is an American citizen and of Pakistani descent, was found with knives after apparently flying to Los Angeles. He was arrested near the airport.

Law enforcement found unexploded devices at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Denver, where he was staying, according to Denver7.

“Officers collected some evidence for further evaluation,” the department tweeted the following morning. “No suspects in custody at this time.”

Hayat grew up in an upper-middle-class neighborhood in St. Louis. He enlisted in the Marine Corps and was at one point stationed in Okinawa, Japan.

Speaking to Denver7, Sultan Hayat, the father of the suspect, said his son has history of mental health problems, including PTSD, bipolar disorder and ADD symptoms.

“Police called this morning from Denver, and I talked to them,” Sultan told Denver7. “They said he had bought some firearms, and they were concerned that he may hurt himself or someone else.”

Police told Sultan that Hayat had “run up a bill of $10,000 since December 26 at a Denver hotel.”

It is unclear what connection he has to Denver.

More information in the case is expected to be released Friday.

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