Another Mississippi man in custody after being accused of sending ricin laced letters
If he is convicted he could face life in prison
Last Updated: 227 days ago
Mississippi - FBI agents arrested James Everett Dutschke at his home early Saturday morning.
Dutschke is facing federal charges in connection to the ricin case. This comes after prosecutes dropped charges against the previous suspect on Tuesday.
Paul Kevin Curtis, the Elvis impersonator, was the first man arrested for the crime and believes he was framed and said that Dutschke was the culprit.
Earlier this week when asked if he ever handled ricin before Dutschke told reporters no.
If he is convicted he could face life in prison.
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