A complaint filed in U.S. District Court in the state of Nevada said Michael Steven Sandford was charged with “an act of violence on restricted grounds.”
The complaint said Special Agent Swierkowski claimed Sandford told officers that he drove from California to Nevada with the intent to kill Trump.
He also reportedly practiced shooting in Vegas the day before.
According to NBC, the complaint alleges that Sandford went to a Trump rally at the Treasure Island Casino and approached a police officer, saying he wanted an autograph from the 70-year-old Republican.
Sandford was later arrested after allegedly grabbing the handle of the officer’s gun in an attempt to remove it.
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