Troopers: Threatening YouTube videos referencing Alton Sterling and David Duke lead to arrest

Troopers: Threatening YouTube videos referencing Alton Sterling and David Duke lead to arrest

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A man accused of posting threatening videos on YouTube is facing felony charges.

Louisiana State Police arrested Anthony Moore, 22, Baton Rouge, on charges of terrorizing and cyberstalking. He was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison. His bond is set at $15,000.

Troopers said the videos were posted on July 6 and July 23.

"I am killing for that man, straight up, I am stepping for that man," the affidavit for the arrest warrant stated the suspect said in one of the videos. "I don't know you, dude, but I am stepping for you out the gate man, 'cause y'all wrong for that, ya heard me."

The report added the suspect referenced Alton Sterling. Investigators did not indicate who the video was directed at, but they said the suspect was pointing a gun at the camera while speaking.

Troopers said US Senate candidate David Duke was named as a target in the second video.

"Look, if David Duke comes senator for Louisiana, bro, I am killing this man. I am going to do it," the report stated the suspect said.

According to the arrest report, the man speaking identified himself as "Ant Honcho." Troopers said they learned "Ant Honcho" is Moore's nickname.

They added he was also positively identified by his driver's license.

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