Washington State Man Arrested for Making Threats Against Obama, Charging Secret Service Agents With Shotgun

US President Barack Obama (L), surrounded by US Secret Service agents, walks to greet guests upon arrival on Air Force One at Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Florida, on April 13, 2012. Obama arrived in Tampa to speak at the Port of Tampa, before continuing to the Summit of the Americas in the Colombian city of Cartagena.     AFP PHOTO/Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
Men in dark glasses. Photo: SAUL LOEB/2012 AFP

Secret Service agents raided the Washington apartment of 31-year-old Anton Caluori, who allegedly made a threat against President Obama via e-mail, CBS reports. The FBI received the threat, then contacted the Secret Service. When Secret Service agents knocked on Caluori's door Tuesday afternoon in a suburb called Federal Way, he "charged at them" with a shotgun, ammunition, and a second weapon believed to be a pistol. No one was injured during the arrest, but local police and agents say he suggested there were explosives in his apartment. A search by the bomb squad turned up nothing. Caluori is due in federal court on Wednesday on charges of making threats against the president and assault against a federal agent.