Suspected bomber Ahmad Khan Rahimi who remains in University Hospital in Newark with wounds suffered in the shootout when he was captured, had a hearing before Superior Court Judge Regina C. Caulfield through a Skype video connection at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth, N.J. Rahimi, 28, faces five counts of attempted murder of police officers in the Sept. 19 exchange of gunfire that left him wounded seven times.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Ahmad Khan Rahami, the Afghan immigrant wanted for questioning in the bombings that rocked a New York City neighborhood and a New Jersey shore town was taken into custody Monday after a shootout with police in New Jersey, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press.


Ahmad Khan Rahami and Police Officer he shot are both being treated at the same hospital.


Rahammi handcuffed and shot in the leg. He was taken to the same hospital as the police officer he shot.

WABC-TV footage showed a man believed to be 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahamani being loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher in Linden, New Jersey. He appeared to be conscious and looking around.  The law enforcement official, who was not authorized to discuss the investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity, said two officers were shot in the gun battle.


The arrest came just hours after police issued a bulletin and photo of Ahmad Khan Rahami, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Afghanistan with an address in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Authorities said the blasts were looking increasingly like an act of terrorism with a foreign connection.

Police did not disclose how they zeroed in on Rahami but were known to be poring over surveillance video. At the same time, five people who were pulled over in a vehicle Sunday night were being questioned by the FBI, officials said.

The shootout came after a weekend of fear and dread in New York and New Jersey.

In addition to the blast that injured 29 people in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood on Saturday, an unexploded pressure cooker bomb was found blocks away, and a pipe bomb exploded in a New Jersey shore town before a charity race. No one was injured there. On Sunday, five explosive devices were discovered in a trash can at an Elizabeth train station.

Also on Saturday, a man who authorities say referred to Allah wounded nine people in a stabbing rampage at a Minnesota mall before being shot to death by an off-duty police officer. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility.

Authorities have not drawn any connection between the violence in Minnesota and the bombings in the New York area.

Citing the FBI, New Jersey State Police said Monday that the bombings in Chelsea and the New Jersey shore town Seaside Park were connected.


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