From today’s Wall Street Journal,
A half dozen FBI agents in dark coats met a little after 5:30 a.m. at a Starbucks coffee shop across from Mr. Chiasson’s apartment building. They talked quietly near a wall of windows. “There is a service exit,” one agent said of Mr. Chiasson’s building. Minutes later, they walked silently out of the shop.
About a block away, the agents put on bullet-proof vests and, just before 6 a.m., walked swiftly back down the street to the glass double doors of Mr. Chiasson’s building. They entered and talked with a security guard before entering an elevator, turning back to face the lobby and heading upstairs. A few minutes later, the agents left the building, and drove off.
Who is Mr. Chiasson that the agents put on their armor to go arrest? A hedge fund manager.
Chiasson wasn’t home when the agents stormed his building. Wearing slacks and a white dress shirt the dangerous suspect turned himself in later in the day.