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Man threatens to kill everyone at Virginia mosque

Zulqarnain Khan, 22, was charged with abduction, attempted malicious wounding and destruction...
Zulqarnain Khan, 22, was charged with abduction, attempted malicious wounding and destruction of property. (Source: Fairfax police)
Updated: Aug. 20, 2018 at 7:52 PM EDT
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FAIRFAX, VA (WWBT) - A man faces five felony charges after making threats at a Fairfax County mosque.

Police said Zulqarnain Khan threatening to kill everyone he encountered and block entrance to the Masjid Noor Mosque.

Khan, 22, is accused of ramming three parked cars, including one that was occupied. Police said he sped toward a responding officer and jumped out of his car, blocking the road.

Police said he screamed and cursed the officer before being taken into custody.

No one was injured. He is being held without bond.

In addition to the felonies, Khan also faces four misdemeanor charges. The charges are as follows:

  • Three counts of abduction
  • Attempted malicious wounding
  • Felony destruction of property
  • Three counts of misdemeanor destruction of property
  • Disorderly conduct

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