Man Apprehended Following Atlanta FBI Office Gate Crash

( – The Federal Bureau of Investigations was once one of the most well-respected law enforcement agencies. In recent years, Americans have accused the agency of being partisan. A man is now in police custody after slamming into a gate at an FBI office.

On April 1, Ervin Lee Bolling allegedly rammed a vehicle through the entrance of the FBI Atlanta’s field office in Chamblee. According to reports, the incident happened just after noon. The suspect, who is a Navy veteran from South Carolina, is accused of trying to follow an authorized vehicle through. His vehicle crashed into a piece of steel that flattens into the ground every time an authorized vehicle passes, then lifts again.

At the time of the incident, two other agents were leaving and detained the suspect after he tried to enter the facility on foot. A video of the office showed a red SUV crashed with its front end smashed into the field denial barrier. Bomb techs inspected the vehicle before a tow truck towed it away from the scene.

The FBI agents called the DeKalb County Police Department to arrest the suspect. Officers took him to Grady Memorial Hospital to undergo a mental evaluation. Law enforcement doesn’t have a motive for the attempted breach.

Police spokesperson Officer Elise Wells told reporters that Bolling was charged with interference with government property. Federal authorities also charged him with the destruction of government property in federal court.

The incident in Georgia comes less than two years after Ricky Shiffer, another Navy veteran, tried to enter the FBI’s Cincinnati field office. He was armed with an AR-15-style rifle and a nail gun when he tried to breach the entrance. When agents saw him, he fled the scene in his vehicle. A state trooper spotted him later, and they got into a gun battle. Shiffer died in the shootout. Law enforcement later revealed he’d posted messages on social media telling his followers he was going to attack the FBI.

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