Carlos Arredondo is one of the many faces of heroism that emerged in the chaos the Boston bombings, instantly springing into action to help victims as seen in photographs and videos. But his service didn't stop there -- law enforcement wanted to ask him questions too.
Arredondo -- a Boston resident whose story later emerged, revealing he was the father of a fallen soldier and an anti-war activist -- was questioned by local police and the FBI conducting their investigation into the two explosions that took place Monday near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
WBZ-TV reported Arredondo saying officers and agents came to his Roslindale neighborhood home Wednesday, asked him questions and took some items.
"They took my clothes, my shoes my pants, my t-shirt, whatever they needed I provided to them," Arredondo told WBZ-TV.
Arredondo, who was at the marathon cheering on runners racing in honor of his sons, said he is "10o percent supportive" of the agents doing their job, noting "it's very important to support the investigation."
Watch WBZ-TV's report:
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(H/T: Drudge Report)
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