Video shows man leave suspicious package for New Mexico State Police

Crime

New video shows why a man is in custody.

FBI investigators say Michael Nissen was making threats and harassing officers in the weeks leading up the unwelcome delivery he left for state police at their Albuquerque office.

Video surveillance shows 53-year-old Michael Nissen tries to make a delivery to the Albuquerque New Mexico State Police office two weeks ago. 

It is unclear exactly what he’s trying to drop off but you can see him speaking into the intercom for several minutes. Finally, he gives up and leaves the items at the front door.

According to investigators, Nissen has an interesting history. Back in November he called dispatch after being pulled over in Torrance County and said,  “The next time someone violates me like that on the road, I’m going to put a bullet in that pig’s head.”

Court documents show along with harassing phone calls, Nissen sent threatening emails to State Police, including one the day before he dropped off the package all related to that first traffic stop. 
 
The bomb squad eventually cleared the package from being anything flammable or explosive. Police never said what was inside. 

Nissen is set to appear in court for his multiple threats in January. 
 
Nissen also has a  felony charge pending for distribution of marijuana. During a search of his home in the drug investigation, State Police found five fully loaded rifles.
 

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