Federal authorities have arrested a 24-year-old airport shuttle driver and his father as part of their probe into terrorism New York and Colorado.
A spokeswoman for Najibullah Zazi’s defense team says that he and his father were taken into custody at his suburban Denver apartment by FBI agents at 9:55 p.m. on Saturday.
The spokeswoman, Wendy Aiello, says the two were then taken to FBI headquarters in Denver. Zazi’s attorney, Art Folsom, was meeting the father and son at FBI headquarters.
It’s not clear what charges the men may face.
FBI spokeswoman Kathy Wright could not immediately be reached by telephone for comment.