Chatham man charged after making alleged threats against Parliament Hill
File photo of a Chatham-Kent police cruiser in Chatham, Ont., Feb. 17, 2013. (Chris Campbell / CTV Windsor)
A 49 year old Chatham man is custody after allegedly making threats against Parliament Hill.
On April 10th, Chatham-Kent Police were contacted by the RCMP to follow up a possible threat.
Police say a Chatham man had called the Library of Parliament, stating that he wanted to blow up Parliament Hill, as part of a revolution.
The suspect, David Osterbrook 49, was arrested without incident.
He has been charged with Hoax – Terrorist Activity, as well as Uttering Threats.
Osterbrook remains in custody and is remanded until Monday for a bail hearing.