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AMBASSADOR BRIDGE INCIDENT: Police have questions, few answers in arrests

2 men held as cops investigate suspicious act. FBI officials continued questioning two Dearborn men in police custody Monday after their arrest for allegedly videotaping the Ambassador Bridge. Police said the men had shotgun shells and a tiny amount of suspected explosives in their car. “We want to see what we have here,” FBI Special Agent Dawn Clenney said. Clenney stressed that neither man had been charged with a federal crime. Detroit police were holding the men, ages 26 and 30, on a felony count of possessing a dangerous weapon because officers found an illegal collapsible baton inside the car. The arrests reflect the heightened security around the bridge since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. A younger brother said the 26-year-old, born in Yemen, is a devoted American citizen. Full Story

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