Man Arrested For Bomb Hoax At Trump Hotel In Las Vegas Says He Wanted Trump To Know ‘He’s a Beast’

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NEVADA – The man accused of staging a bomb scare at the Trump International Hotel on the Las Vegas strip on Tuesday has been identified as D’Andre Maurice Lundy, 44.

Police say Lundy, of Michigan, walked into the hotel lobby with a suitcase and duffel bag and began shouting there was a bomb.

He fled in a taxi before phoning in more threats, prompting a large police response. Nothing harmful was found in the bags and he was later arrested.

Lundy told cops he placed a Bible, a rock, a one dollar bill and “scriptures” in the bags. He said he “believed Trump had messed up his life for the last three years,” the arrest report said. Adding, he wanted to former Republican President to know that “he’s a beast.”

Lundy faces six felony counts, including communicating a bomb threat or act of terror.

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