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Man arrested at Miramar station for alleged terrorist threats

September 5, 2012 |  2:36 pm

A man was taken into custody Wednesday after allegedly making terrorist threats toward guards at one of the entrances to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, officials said.

Military and local law enforcement officers were searching his vehicle for possible weapons, Marine officials said.

The north gate to the air station has been closed while the investigation continues. None of the guards was hurt in the Wednesday afternoon incident.

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— Tony Perry in San Diego

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