WASHINGTON – A man previously arrested with weapons in the Trump International Hotel has taken into custody for violating the conditions of his release after apparently return to the capital.
U. S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia spokesman Bill Miller says a judge said Thursday that Bryan Moles must be held until trial and undergo an initial forensic screening to determine competence.
The Pennsylvania doctor was arrested May 31, after authorities received a tip about him threatening and traveling to Washington to see the president. He was released on June 2, under certain conditions.
Prosecutors say in documents that Moles was discharged Monday from a Veterans Affairs facility in Georgia “against medical advice.”
Prosecutors say the man also photos posted on Facebook Thursday of headlines describing the shooting at the congressional baseball field.