Former Marine arrested in Los Angeles over pipe bombs found in Denver hotel room
(FOX)- A former U.S. Marine was arrested in Los Angeles Thursday after authorities discovered a number of pipe bombs in a Denver hotel room he inhabited.
Adam Hayat was due to appear in court Friday after his arrest at a Holiday Inn hotel near Los Angeles International Airport.
KDVR reported that Hayat flew to Los Angeles from Denver on Wednesday. That night, police responded to a report of a suspicious object at the downtown Sheraton hotel. When they arrived, officers found the unexploded pipe bombs inside a safe in one of the rooms.
Hayat’s father, Sultan, told Denver7 his son was homeless and had been estranged from his family for years. Hayat added that his son had joined the Marines after high school and served in South Korea, Japan and Iraq.
Sultan Hayat also said that his son had suffered from PTSD, bipolar disorder and attention deficit disorder.