Uber Driver Kenneth Iversen Lake Sarasota Arrested With Bomb Making Materials, 6 Days Ago He Was Arrested For Carrying Concealed Weapon
Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Uber Driver Kenneth Iversen 4060 Tango Dr. Lake Sarasota Arrested With Bomb Making Materials on February 7th 2016, 6 Days Ago He Was Arrested For Carrying a Concealed Weapon with no license and multiple drug charges in Sarasota and gave an address of 321 Ohio Place which is in downtown Sarasota Fl. Kenneth Iversen told Sarasota County Sheriff deputies that he worked for Uber as a driver. When Iverson was arrested on February 1st 2017 he was driving a black four door 2012 Chrysler which was registered to him. Iverson was arrested in the February 1st incident in Ufer park in the 4000 block of Honore Ave Sarasota Fl at 2:40 AM. What is with the downtown Sarasota address? Was Iverson planning to place a bomb somewhere in Downtown Sarasota Fl? None of this information was published in the Sarasota Herald Tribune, why? Why did the Sarasota Herald Tribune omit the prior arrest of only 6 days ago for carrying a concealed weapon with no license in Ufer Park? When he was caught, Iversen told deputies he may have been trying to purchase bomb making materials from stores in Hillsborough County, officials said. Was the address of 321 Ohio Place which is in downtown Sarasota Fl that he listed on his February 1st arrest also searched? From arrest reports Kenneth Iversen appears to be a meth head.
SARASOTA, Fla. – The FBI and local deputies searched a home in Sarasota for suspicious materials after a man was caught buying materials in Hillsborough County that could be used to make a bomb. Deputies arrested Kenneth Iversen, 23, on Tuesday on multiple drug-related charges. During questioning, Iversen made comments to deputies that he had materials that could be consistent with bomb-making. Authorities searched his mothers Sarasota home on Tonga Drive on Tuesday night as a precaution. Iversen lives at the home with his mother (so why did he give a 321 Ohio Place downtown Sarasota address on February 1st). Sarasota deputies assisted Hillsborough deputies with the suspicious incident. Iversen is being charged with one count of fleeing and attempting to elude police officers, two counts of resisting officer without violence, one count of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of possession of controlled substance. Iversen was recently arrested by the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office on February 1, 2017, and he faces multiple charges in that arrest.
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