A Massachusetts man was arrested on Thursday after a letter with white powder was sent to Donald Trump Jr.’s New York City apartment early last month, federal authorities said.
Daniel Frisiello, of Beverly, was taken into custody just before 8 a.m. while he was heading to work, federal authorities said. Frisiello is expected to appear in federal court in Worcester later in the day. Authorities were able to track down Frisiello by analyzing a “glitter bomb” letter — a prank where envelopes are filled with glitter — sent to Stanford University law professor Michele Dauber. Investigators matched the text font in the “glitter bomb” threat to those seen on the letters of the white-powder envelopes.