Saturday, July 07, 2001

Arrested man called Ohio Aryan Nations leader


FBI apprehends him on weapons charges

The Associated Press

        DELAWARE, Ohio — A man the FBI has identified as the Ohio leader of the white supremacist group Aryan Nations was under house arrest Friday on firearms charges.

        Danny Kincaid, 55, is charged with being a felon in possession of firearms and possession of a pipe bomb.

        He was convicted in 1965 of breaking and entering in Marion County.

        If convicted of the charges, Mr. Kincaid could get up to 10 years in prison.

        The FBI accuses Mr. Kincaid of selling firearms, including assault rifles, shotguns and assorted handguns, between October and July 2.

        He was arrested Thursday at the home of an aunt with whom he has been living. The FBI said Aryan Nations members have been meeting weekly at the home in Galena, east of Delaware.

        The agency said Mr. Kincaid has been under investigation for 13 months.

        “We investigated him individually. We're not investigating Aryan Nations,” said Nate Gray, FBI supervisory special agent in Columbus.

        The FBI searched the home for weapons, ammunition and explosive devices. Mr. Gray would not say what was found.

        Mr. Kincaid was placed under federal house arrest and was being electronically monitored.

        According to the FBI, the Aryan Nations, based in Idaho, is dedicated to the overthrow of the U.S. government and creating a separate, all-white nation.

       



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