Tuesday, October 5, 2021

White Nationalist Dale Paul Melvin, 55, From Kimball, Michigan, Arrested In Suspicious Vehicle Outside Supreme Court Building

Michigan man arrested in suspicious vehicle outside Supreme Court building 

WASHINGTON — Capitol Police arrested a Michigan man without incident Tuesday morning after a suspicious vehicle was reported outside of the U.S. Supreme Court building. Shortly before 10 a.m. Tuesday, the agency said it was responding to a suspicious vehicle on First Street NE near the court. Police eventually closed down a number of roads in the area after failing initially to make contact with the driver. Staffers on the hill were notified around 11 a.m. that police were “preparing to disrupt a suspicious vehicle” and that a loud band might be heard, but the agency reported a short time later that the vehicle’s driver had been taken into custody safely.The driver was identified by police as Dale Paul Melvin, 55, of Kimball, Michigan. During a press conference, Capitol Police Deputy Chief Jason Bell said Melvin had driven his SUV near the Supreme Court building and parked illegally. When officers approached, Bell said, Melvin "made a statement to the effect of, 'The time for talking is done.'" Source

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