Police report: Man arrested after claiming bomb at White House gates

'Complete and utter failure' of White House security allows intruder to 'rattle President's back door'

'Complete and utter failure' of White House security allows intruder to 'rattle President's back door'

Standard practice in dealing with White House intruders is for security to hand them over to the local police department, as happened in this case.

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The vehicle was stopped Saturday around 11:00 p.m. about a quarter-mile from the White House.

Republican President Donald Trump wasn't at the White House because he and his family are spending the weekend at his resort in Palm Beach, Fla.

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The police said Sean Patrick Keoughan, 29, of Roanoke was charged with false bomb threats, as well as unauthorized use of a vehicle. "Great response by @SecretService", he tweeted. Trump was inside the residence at the time.

"That's why we spend billions of dollars on personnel and dogs and technologies and fences and undercover people and video surveillance", Mr Chaffetz said.

The Secret Service described it as an "ongoing criminal investigation".

The incident occurred eight days after a California man carrying Mace breached the perimeter of the executive complex on the night of March 10, roaming the White House grounds for almost 17 minutes before being taken into custody, according to officials.

CNN reported that two law enforcement officials told the news outlet that the driver claimed to have a bomb in the vehicle, but there was no confirmation of any device.

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