Capitol police investigate suspicious vehicle near Supreme Court
As law enforcement officers investigate the report of an explosively-laden pickup truck, a Metropolitan Police Department cruiser blocked a street in Washington, near the U.S. Capitol.
Patrick Semansky | AP
U.S. Capitol Police stated Tuesday that roads were closed around Supreme Court because they are investigating a vehicle which was left in front.
According to police tweets, people are advised not to go into the vicinity.
A large police presence with dozens and even more officers was evident at the Supreme Court’s second term. For the first time, justices attended the courtroom to hear in-person arguments since March 2020’s outbreak of coronavirus.
The oral arguments started on time at 10:10 a.m. ET.
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