A Massachusetts man has been arrested on suspicion of sending an envelope of white powder to Donald Trump Jr.'s New York City apartment.
Trump Jr.'s wife, Vanessa, was taken to the hospital after she opened the envelope, last month. The powder later turned out to be cornstarch.
Daniel Frisiello, of Beverly, was arrested today and is expected to appear in federal court in Worcester later Thursday. It could not immediately be determined if he has a lawyer.
Daniel Frisiello, (pictured) of Beverly, was arrested today on suspicion of sending an envelope of white powder to Donald Trump Jr.'s New York City apartment
Federal authorities say he also sent letters containing power to four other people, including the office of Sen. Debbie Stabenow, of Michigan.
His Facebook also reveals a bizarre fascination with the British Royal Family, with Fisello posting countless photos, news stories and fawning posts about the Royals.
In one case, he said he wished that the UK would bring back the death penalty after sharing a story about a man arrested over a terror incident at Buckingham Palace.
A Hazmat truck was seen outside Vanessa Trump's parent's apartment building after the incident on February 12
The view outside NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center where Mrs Trump was taken on Monday
Donald Jr tweeted that he was glad that his wife and children 'are safe and unharmed'
Frisiello reportedly sent the letter to president's son on February 12.
The envelope also included a typed message calling him an 'awful, awful person,' according to court documents.
'I am surprised that your father lets you speak on TV,' the message said. 'You make the family idiot, Eric, look smart.'
Vanessa Trump was at her parents' apartment in a building in Manhattan's Midtown East opened the envelope, which was addressed to her husband, and when she found the powder, she reportedly tarted coughing and feeling nauseous, a source with direct knowledge of the incident told DailyMail.com.
The former model, 40, her mother Bonnie Haydon, who also handled the letter, and another person, were decontaminated and taken to New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center as a precaution, New York City Fire Department officials said.
His Facebook also reveals a bizarre fascination with the British Royal Family, with Fisello posting countless photos, news stories and fawning posts about the Royals
Law enforcement sources confirmed the powder turned out to be cornstarch.
An NYPD spokesman added that it was 'deemed to be non-hazardous' and is being