Knocks went unanswered Friday at the Warwick home of Nicholas Rovinski, the man accused of conspiring to support the terrorist group that calls itself the Islamic State.
Rovinksi was in a Boston courtroom earlier Friday afternoon. Reporters described him as thin, with a dark beard and cropped hair.
Rhode Island Public Radio’s Ambar Espinoza reports that Rovinski's neighbors are saying little about the charges.
The scene in his middle class neighborhood near Gaspee Point was quiet on Friday. The only noise came from birds, sprinklers, and satellite equipment belonging to local and regional reporters staking out the house.
Few of the neighbors out doing yard work wanted to talk about Rovinski or the charges against him. One neighbor said "we've had enough of this please. He happens to be our friend."