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A North Carolina man who engaged in an hours-long standoff with police over a bomb threat near the U.S. Capitol in August 2021 pleaded guilty on Friday, according to reports.

Floyd Roseberry, who has since said he was in the midst of a psychotic break caused by ineffective treatment for his bipolar disorder, pleaded guilty to threatening to use explosive materials, The Washington Post reported.

Prosecutors agreed to drop a more serious charge against Roseberry for attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction, which carried a potential life sentence. Roseberry faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for the remaining charge.

On Friday, Roseberry told the judge that he is currently mentally stable, the Post reported.

“I’m now under the correct medication,” he said. “It took me years to find the right medication.”

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