AN ARMED man and woman were reportedly ARRESTED by White House Secret Service agents after they claimed they had a letter for President Biden.
People are seen standing outside the White House (stock). A man and woman were arrested outside the White House on Sunday after claiming they had a letter for President Biden[/caption]
In a statement shared with WUSA9, Secret Service said just before 5:30pm, the duo approached officers near 15th St. NW and Pennsylvania Ave.
Cops said one of the duo said they were to meet with President Biden “and had a letter to deliver to him.”
One of the duo admitted to having a weapon police said, and the individual was arrested, Secret Service told WRC-TV.
Secret Service said there was ‘no immediate danger to any Secret Service Protectee’ as the events unfolded[/caption]
President Biden is seen leaving the White House for Camp David on Friday[/caption]
The second person then admitted that there was another weapon in a nearby vehicle, and they were arrested as well.
The man, whose identity has not been revealed, was arrested for possession of a BB gun, while 66-year-old Sylvia Hall was arrested for carrying a pistol without a license and other charges, WRC-TV reported.
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Secret Service said in the statement shared with WUSA9 that there was “no immediate danger to any Secret Service Protectee” during the events.
President Biden left the White House for Camp David in Maryland on Friday.
According to his schedule, President Biden is set to be at Camp David through Sunday.