Wash. driver of gas-soaked SUV promised 'bloodshed'
Registered sex offender says he did it to get the attention of the FBI, as local Sheriff's Office 'wouldn't do anything'
By Meredith Somers
WASHINGTON — The man who drove a stolen gasoline-soaked SUV into a downtown office building and attempted to light it on fire told the car's owner that "there will be bloodshed," a prosecutor said Monday in D.C. Superior Court.
Charles Ball of New Market, Md., stated that he would "make people pay for their actions" during a voicemail he left before the crash for the female acquaintance who owns the car, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jin Park said.
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