CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. – A former New York commodities trader is charged with making repeated death threats against federal regulators.
Vincent McCrudden of Long Beach is accused of threatening 47 employees of the U.S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission and other agencies. Prosecutors say he also posted a $100,000 reward on his website seeking personal information about several government officials.
A criminal complaint says the threats followed a CFTC civil enforcement lawsuit filed against McCrudden. The complaint says McCrudden has been the subject of various enforcement or disciplinary proceedings over several years.
McCrudden was arrested Thursday at Newark Liberty International Airport after returning from Singapore. He was ordered held without bail during an initial appearance in federal court in Central Islip Friday.
He had an initial court appearance Friday in federal court in Central Islip.
His attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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