Suspicious Envelope Sent To Shea-Porter's Office
Police Determine Substance Inside Envelope Was Green Tea
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- An envelope with a suspicious substance in it was sent to U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter's Manchester office on Wednesday.
Shea-Porter's staff notified Manchester police when they received the suspicious envelope. Officials were able to determine that the substance was green tea and had been sent as a protest.
There was a return address on the envelope, and police spoke to the sender. Police said the sender showed a lack of judgment but didn't mean to cause alarm. The same person sent similar letters to U.S. Rep. Paul Hodes, U.S. Sen. Judd Gregg and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
Shea-Porter was in Washington, D.C., when the envelope arrived.
The sender showed lack of judgement?
and the police had to investigate this?
Give me a break.
Shea Porter's staff needs to switch to decaf.
I'm off to brew a cup of suspicious substance!