A Federal Way man arrested for allegedly emailing death threats to President Barack Obama is due in federal court Wednesday.
Anton Caluori, 31, was taken into custody at his apartment Tuesday by the U.S. Secret Service and Federal Way Police.
He's expected to be charged with threats against the president and assault of a federal officer.
The U.S. attorney's Office reported Caluori threatened to kill President Obama in an email sent to a general purpose FBI address. The message was intercepted and police tracked his location to make an arrest.
Officers said Caluori met the officers at his door with a shotgun when they arrived to arrest him.
Police said Caluori mentioned explosives during his arrest. The apartment complex, where Caluori lives with his mother, was swept by the bomb squad, but nothing was found.
Caluori's mother said her son is a U.S. Navy veteran, college educated and an honorable man.