The FBI shot and killed a man accused of threatening President Joe Biden on Wednesday as they attempted to serve a warrant at his home.
74-year-old Craig Deleeuw Robertson of Provo, Utah, was armed and made multiple threats against who was traveling to the state later in the day, CBS News reported.
The shooting occurred when agents attempted to serve search and arrest warrants at Robertson’s home.
Footage surfaced from videos recorded by neighbors showing the raid when flashbangs were seen.
According to one neighbor, six gunshots were heard, and the man’s body was eventually brought to the street.
A criminal complaint filed in the US District Court in Utah detailed graphic threats gathered from a FBI investigation against a number of public officials.
The named suspect in the complaint, Craig Deleeuw Robertson, was charged with three federal counts, including threats against a president.
The complaint said online posts also showed the man’s intent to kill Biden.
In a post dated Aug. 6, Robertson allegedly wrote, “I hear Biden is coming to Utah,” and that he was “cleaning the dust off his M24 sniper.”
The complaint also showed photos of the suspect with a long-range rifle and camouflage known as a ghillie suit.
Details of several posts allegedly made by Robertson against Biden, though neighbors described a man who was elderly and frail and didn’t seem a threat.
“There’s no way that he was driving from here to Salt Lake City, setting up a rifle and taking a shot at the president — 100% no way,” said neighbor Andrew Maunder.
However, the posts allegedly made by Robertson are still disturbing.
On Monday, Robertson posted online that Biden was coming to Utah and said he planned to dig out a camouflage suit and begin “cleaning the dust off the M24 sniper rifle.”
Robertson also posted threats against top law enforcement officials overseeing court cases against Trump.
According to authorities, the man also posed threats against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, US Attorney General Merrick Garland, and New York Attorney General Letitia James.
“The time is right for a presidential assassination or two. First Joe, then Kamala!!!” authorities say Robertson wrote in a September 2022 Facebook post.
The FBI opened their investigation into Robertson in March after threats to Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg.
“I’ll be waiting in the courthouse parking garage with my suppressed Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm to smoke a radical fool prosecutor that should never have been elected,” the post read in part, according to the complaint.