BREAKING: New Jersey Man Arrested Trying to Enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral with 2 Gasoline Cans — HE LIED TO POLICE

BREAKING—
New York police arrested a New Jersey man on Wednesday night trying to enter St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral with two gasoline cans.

The man was identified as Marc Pamparello from New Jersey.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral is located on Fifth Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets across the street from Rockefeller Center in one of the busiest areas of Manhattan.

New York NBC 4 reported:

The 37-year-old man from New Jersey, identified by law enforcement sources as Marc Lamparello, walked up to the cathedral in Midtown with at least two plastic gas canisters around 8 p.m. Wednesday, the NYPD and a senior police official said.

Security stopped the man near the cathedral’s entrance before he could go inside, according to two senior police officials.

 

They are calling the man “emotionally disturbed.”

UPDATE– The Man Lied to Police….

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