Man says he reported Capitol suspect to police

An artist's sketch shows Amine El Khalifi at an appearance in federal court in Alexandria, Va., Feb. 17, 2012. El Khalifi was arrested after strapping on what he thought was an explosive vest and heading for the U.S. Capitol.
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WASHINGTON - A northern Virginia landlord says he thought a Moroccan man arrested in an alleged suicide bombing plot in Washington was suspicious and called police a year and a half ago.

Frank Dynda said Friday that a woman who leased an apartment in his Arlington building apparently married Amine El Khalifi and then moved out. He says when Dynda told El Khalifi to leave, he said he had a right to stay and threatened to beat Dynda up.

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A counterterrorism official says El Khalifi was taken into custody Friday near the U.S. Capitol with an inoperable gun and inert explosives in a suicide vest given to him by the FBI.

Dynda says he thought El Khalifi was making bombs, but police told him to leave the man alone. Dynda had El Khalifi evicted in 2010.