MAGAbomber suspect Cesar Sayoc was accused of throwing urine from his van at two women on a moped in an apparent road rage incident in Hollywood, Florida, earlier this year, according to a police report. The 56-year-old is pictured in an undated mugshot
MAGAbomber suspect Cesar Sayoc was accused of throwing urine from his van at two women on a moped in an apparent road rage incident in Florida earlier this year, a police report has revealed.
The report from the Hollywood Police Department obtained Friday says Sayoc pulled up beside the moped at a traffic light in his white van – which is plastered with politically-charged stickers in support of President Donald Trump – on March 16.
He began yelling unspecified obscenities at 32-year-old Indiana Parra and 29-year-old Rimbow Gomez, and tossed two vials of urine out the window, drenching one of the women.
Parra and Gomez told police they could tell it was urine ‘by the smell’.
They said Sayoc, whom they described as a ‘maniac Trump supporter’- then chased after them and tried to run them off the road before they swerved into a warehouse parking lot and he drove on.
The women reported the license plate number on Sayoc’s van, gave a description of both him and the vehicle and provided clothing samples for DNA testing.
Court records, however, show Sayoc was never charged.
Indiana Parra, 32, and Rimbow Gomez, 29, claimed that Sayoc pulled up beside them in his sticker-covered van and began yelling obscenities before throwing two vials of urine. The photo above of Sayoc driving his sticker-covered van in Boca Raton on October 18 circulated on social media after he was arrested in connection with 16 mailed pipe bombs last month
The women reported the incident to police, describing Sayoc as a ‘maniac Trump supporter’. He is seen above at a Trump rally in a photo posted on his Twitter
Months later, authorities say Sayoc began sending out the 16 pipe bombs to a number of prominent Democrats including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
He was arrested October 26 in Plantation, Florida, in an auto parts store parking lot with his white van, which was impounded by authorities.
In a 30-count New York indictment, prosecutors say Sayoc, 56, sent the improvised explosives along with photographs of the targets and their family members marked with a red X.
The 56-year-old, who faces life in prison if convicted, has pleaded not guilty.
According to prosecutors, DNA evidence has linked Sayoc to at least 10 of the pipe bombs and fingerprints on two of them.
Sayoc has had numerous other arrests in Florida, including one incident in which he threatened to bomb an electric utility in a dispute over his bill.
Sayoc pleaded not guilty after being hit with a 30-count indictment for the explosive devices sent to critics of Donald Trump. The device above was addressed to ex-CIA head John Brennan