4 Arrested In Rochester, Thwarting Terror Plot

Rochester, N.Y. - 4 people in Rochester have been arrested for plotting to attach an Islamic community located 40 miles East of Binghamton. 

Court documents indicate the three men had planned to use large-sized cylinders and mason jars wrapped in duct tape to bomb a center in Islamberg.  

Police in suburban Rochester arrested 19-year-old Vincent Vetromile, 18-year-old Andrew Crysel, and 20-year-old Brian Colaneri and charged each of them with three counts of first-degree criminal possession of a weapon and one count of fourth-degree conspiracy. 

A16-year-old has also been charged, but his name was not released because of his age. In the past, right-wing websites have accused Islamberg of being a jihadi hot bed.   The Muslin enclave was established in the 1980s.

     Brian Colaneri              Andrew Crysel            Vincent Vetromile     

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