A Michigan man was arrested Wednesday after arriving at an Ohio nuclear power plant in Michigan and allegedly making false claims of having explosives in his trailer, prompting a heavy law enforcement response from the FBI, several bomb squads and other local agencies. it was done.

Michael D. Fogelsong, 33, Adrian, has been booked in Lake County Jail of Michigan on charges of making false alarms, a third-degree felony and aggravated atrocity, a first-degree misdemeanor, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release on Thursday Additional published charges may be added.

The North Perry Police Department, aided by the Parry Village Police Department, was dispatched to the Perry Nuclear Power Plant located at 10 Center Road in North Parry Village on Wednesday at 5:43 pm, “about a suspicious male who refused to leave the property,” Lt. . Larry Harpster, chief of the Detective Bureau of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, said in a report of the incident.

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Upon arriving, it was found that the male drove the pickup truck pulling an end trailer to the facility’s entrance, and when confronted by plant security, the trailer claimed to be a bomb.

Michael D.  Fogelsong, 33, Adrian, Min.  Kay, has been placed in the Lake County Jail on charges of making false alarms, a third-degree felony, and already misdemeanor trespasses.  (Lake County Sheriff's Office)

Michael D. Fogelsong, 33, Adrian, Min. Kay, has been placed in the Lake County Jail on charges of making false alarms, a third-degree felony, and already misdemeanor trespasses. (Lake County Sheriff’s Office)

The Lake County Bomb Squad and the Pensville branch of the FBI were requested to respond. The press release stated that the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau was asked to assist the FBI to investigate. The truck and trailer “did not include any dangerous ordinance after a detailed inspection by the Lake County Bomb Squad later.”

“We want to make sure that there is no threat or imminent danger to the Perry Nuclear Power Plant,” Sheriff Frank Leonbruno said. “It seems to be an isolated incident.”

The Cleveland Field Office of the FBI tweeted Wednesday that it was assisting the ongoing law enforcement situation at the Perry Nuclear Plant, with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, the North Perry Police Department and the Lake County Bomb Squad, among other local law enforcement agencies. . ”

“No additional details can be provided at this time,” Sandesh said.

“Law enforcement will provide an update about this situation tomorrow if appropriate. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation,” it said in another tweet.

This response also included bomb squads from Cleveland and Guga counties, FOX 8 Cleveland Reported.

A public relations representative in Cleveland told FOX 8 that two people mistakenly occupied the “property” on Wednesday and informed local officials. It was determined that the individuals did not pose a credible threat and the scene was cleared by 11 a.m. by authorities, another local outlet, WOIOReported, citing Jason Copsy of Falls Communications

A spokesman for the FBI Cleveland Field Office declined to comment on Granthshala News earlier on Thursday. Lake County Prosecuting Attorney Charles E. Coulson told Granthshala News by phone Thursday morning that his office had not yet been contacted regarding the incident.

According to US Nuclear Regulatory CommissionPerry Nuclear Power Plant FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. And has a boiling water reactor.