After nearly a year in custody and a mistrial on terror-related charges, Umer Hayat returned to his Lodi home Monday, shortly after learning that his father had died two days earlier.
The ice cream truck driver’s release came 332 days after his June arrest, which led to a trial on charges of lying to the FBI about his alleged knowledge of terror training camps. A jury last week deadlocked, and a judge on Friday ruled that Hayat could be released to home detention.
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