Japan police arrest man after threats to US envoy Kennedy

US First Lady Michelle Obama (3rd R), US Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy (2nd R) and her son Jack Schlossberg (R) watch a student perform a Noh play during a visit to the Kiyomizu-dera temple in Kyoto on March 20, 2015Japanese police said Friday they have arrested a 52-year-old man for threatening to bomb the US embassy in Tokyo, days after reports emerged that ambassador Caroline Kennedy had received telephone death threats. Officers took Mitsuyoshi Kamiya into custody on the southern tropical island of Okinawa on Thursday, on suspicion of making three calls to the embassy mentioning bombs earlier this month, a police spokesman said. Camp Schwab, a US military base on Okinawa, is the site to which an air station is set to be relocated.

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