James Patrick Reardon Jr Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth

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James Patrick Reardon Jr Bio

James Patrick Reardon Jr Bio: James Patrick Reardon Jr is from New Middletown, Ohio. A small village is located in Mahoning County.  Part of the greater Youngstown area. He was  accused of threatening to attack a Jewish Community Center in Youngstown, Ohio.

James Patrick Reardon Jr Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth

James Patrick Reardon Jr Age

He is 20 Years Old.

James Patrick Reardon Jr Arrest

Law enforcement began investigating Reardon after noticing a suspicious Instagram post that had been shared in July. He was arrested on August 17, 2019, after police and the FBI raided his home.

James Patrick Reardon, Jr. describes himself as a white nationalist.

James Patrick Reardon Jr Custody

Reardon was booked into the Mahoning County Jail. It was not immediately clear whether the FBI would also pursue federal charges.

According to inmate records, Reardon faces two states charges: Telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing. Bond was set at $250,000.

The Mahoning County Jail website displays Reardon’s mugshot. He smiled for the camera when police booked him into the jail. Reardon is scheduled to face a judge on Monday, August 19.

The FBI may file additional charges against Reardon. As of this writing, no federal counts had been filed.

Reardon was previously featured in a documentary in which he spoke of a desire for a white homeland. Reardon also reportedly stated that his parents do not share his white nationalist beliefs.

Police also said that Reardon attended the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.

Here’s what you need to know

1. James Reardon Posted an Apparent Threat Against the Jewish Community Center on Instagram

2. Police Moved Quickly to Obtain a Warrant & Seized Weapons & Body Armor at Reardon’s House

3. James Reardon Is Charged With Aggravated Menacing & Telecommunications Harassment

4. James Reardon Attended the Protest in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017

5. Extra Security Measures Were Implemented at Jewish Centers in the Youngstown Area



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