Police officers and U.S. Secret Service agents responded to a call about a possible trespasser at former President Donald Trump’s residence at the Mar-a-Lago club in Florida on Thursday morning.
Fox News first reported police vehicles were on seen at the Palm Beach, Florida club on Thursday morning but have since left. U.S. Secret Service agents reportedly swept the area after police left.
A Palm Beach Police Department told Fox News they responded to “a routine trespass complaint.”
And by routine, I don’t necessarily mean like routine for Mar-a-Lago, just there was nothing really out of the ordinary about it,” Cpt. Will Rothrock told Fox News. “At 8:08 this morning, we had a male subject that was stopped at one of the gates refusing to leave the property. We responded, spoke briefly with him, and he was issued a written warning for trespass and he left the area so there wasn’t an incident report or anything associated with it.”
The trespassing incident comes almost a week after a man allegedly broke into Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s house and physically assaulted her husband, Paul Pelosi, as police arrived. The suspect in that case, David DePape, reportedly told police he wanted to kidnap Nancy Pelosi and “break her kneecaps” if she lied to him.
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