Police Chief in Trayvon Case Threatened

A man was arrested Friday for sending a threatening email to the police chief of Sanford, the Florida town where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed. “You and your family deserve to be hunted down and shot like a dog, just like Trayvon Martin,” read a profanity-laced email sent to Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee, Jr. Police arrested John Carnduff Stewart, 68, who authorities say has also been investigated for threats against Penn State assistant coach and whistleblower Mike McQueary. Martin was shot and killed by a neighborhood-watch volunteer, who has not been charged.