WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) - A HAZMAT team was called to Speaker of the House John Boehner's West Chester office, due to reports of a suspicious substance delivered to the office. The substance turned out to be corn starch.
According to West Chester Police, a suspicious letter prompted the staff at Boehner's office, located on the 7900 block of Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., to call police at around 3:30 pm Tuesday.
The letter contained a suspicious substance along with a note that said, "This is corn starch." The substance turned out to be corn starch.