Man Charged with Threatening OCDA Spitzer

SANTA ANA (CNS) – A 33-year-old man was charged Thursday with threatening Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer, his family and his staff in a hate crime.

Michael Joseph Brady was charged with five counts each of criminal threats and threatening public officials with sentencing enhancements for a hate crime, according to court records.

Brady, who was arrested Tuesday, was accused of making the threats on Monday. He listed his occupation as stockbroker and was being held on $1 million bail, according to jail records.

Santa Ana police and prosecutors did not respond to a message, and further details were not immediately available.

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