College professor Alan Viarengo, 55, was taken into custody last week, before being charged with felony counts of stalking and harassing a public official. Investigators believe he is a member of the far-right ‘Boogaloo’ movement
More than 130 firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition have been uncovered at the home of a college professor accused of sending a series of threatening letters to a California health official.
Alan Viarengo, 55, has been charged with felony counts of stalking and harassing a public official.
Viarengo, who is believed to be a member of the far-right anti-government ‘Boogaloo’ movement, is accused of penning 24 menacing letters to Santa Clara County Health Officer Dr Sara Cody over a four-month period, specifically targeting her for her response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Investigators on Tuesday released photos of the arsenal of guns authorities found at Viarengo’s home in Gilroy.
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