Texas man mailed white powder to NJ Super Bowl hotels, FBI says – The Star-Ledger

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
The Star-Ledger
DALLAS, T.X. –– A Texas man was arrested Monday and accused of mailing hundreds of white powder hoax letters over nearly six years to addresses around the world, including northern New Jersey-area hotels days before this year’s Super Bowl, federal …
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Source: NFL – Super Bowl Game News

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