Nothing to be concerned about: “Sultan Hayat, the father of the suspect, said his son has history of mental health problems, including PTSD, bipolar disorder and symptoms of attention deficit disorder.”
Ah, that explains it.
“Adam Hayat wrote ‘explosives’ on mirror in Denver hotel room, leading police to find pipe bombs, feds say,” by Jesse Paul and Noelle Phillips, Denver Post, February 17, 2017:
A 35-year-old former Marine accused of leaving pipe bombs at the Sheraton Denver Downtown on Wednesday had written the word “explosives” on the closet door mirror in his hotel room, where empty rifle shell casings and several metal pipes were strewn.
The bombs were inside an ammunition case in the room’s safe.
Adam Nauveed Hayat, is accused of one count of possession of firearms not registered with the National Firearms and Registration Transfer Record. He was arrested Friday in Los Angeles — near that city’s airport — without incident….
Federal authorities say Hayat was renting room 1902 at the Sheraton. Police were called and the explosives were found after hotel staff stumbled upon a “suspicious incident.”…Investigators have been mum on Hayat’s arrest, however, ABC News reports that Hayat, who is an American citizen of Pakistani descent, was found with knives after apparently flying to Los Angeles.Speaking to Denver7, Sultan Hayat, the father of the suspect, said his son has history of mental health problems, including PTSD, bipolar disorder and symptoms of attention deficit disorder.
“Police called this morning from Denver, and I talked to them,” Sultan told Denver7 on Thursday. “They said he had bought some firearms, and they were concerned that he may hurt himself or someone else.”…
The Denver Police Department has referred questions about the case to the FBI.However, Denver police tweeted at about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday that they were investigating a “suspicious package” on the 1500 block of Court Place. The only buildings on the block belong to the Sheraton….
It is unclear what connection Adam Hayat has to Denver. Investigators did not speculate on why Hayat allegedly had the pipe bombs, nor did they say how many bombs were found….