Lab technicians had linked DNA on two pipe bomb packages Sayoc is accused of sending to prominent Democrats to a sample previously collected by Florida state authorities.
Packages with the explosives, none of which detonated, were mailed to several leading Democratic opponents of Trump, including former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden and Trump's challenger in the 2016 election, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, along with top national security officials who served in Obama's administration.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said 13 improvised explosive devices were sent in the packages, and each mailing included 6 inches of PVC pipe, a small clock and potentially explosive material.
Sayoc, who has NY ties and was born in Brooklyn, was arrested Friday in South Florida.
Sayoc is charged with interstate transportation of an explosive, illegal mailing of explosives, making threats against former presidents and others, making threatening interstate communications and assaulting federal officers. If convicted, the counts could bring 48 years behind bars.
They said investigators searching for more suspicious parcels had not found any during the previous eight hours.
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Authorities say Cezar Sayoc, seen here at a Trump rally, sent at least 14 explosive devices in recent days.
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Sayoc was arrested at an AutoZone in Aventura, Fla.
Sayoc, who was born in NY, was sentenced in August 2002 for threatening to throw a bomb in a conversation with a Florida utility representative, according to Ronald Lowy, a Miami attorney who represented him. The package featured a Camden, New Jersey, address, reports NBC News, but may have ended up in Florida because of its return address - the other packages listed Rep.
Sayoc also posted frequently on right-wing social media groups, authorities said.
Moore took to Twitter to share a video of Sayoc in Melbourne, Florida at Trump's first "Trump 2020 Re-election Rally" in 2017.
While CNN was among the recipients of packages this week, the vast majority of tweets from the account linked to the suspect show screen grabs or videos of television news coverage depict segments from Fox News.
An 11-page Federal Bureau of Investigation complaint identifies a Twitter account that law enforcement officials believe Sayoc used.