PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona man will remain jailed on a charge that he and other Neo-Nazis mounted a harassment campaign a month ago to mail or post threatening messages at the homes of journalists and anti-hate advocates.
Magistrate Judge John Boyle ruled Monday that Johnny Roman Garza of Queen Creek won't be released from custody.
The judge ruled a week after his arrest and said he poses a danger to the community.
The judge said officers found a bulletproof vest at Garza's home.
Garza is accused of gluing a poster at the home of an editor for Arizona Jewish Life magazine.
Garza's attorney said his client was remorseful.