The president of his mosque says a Pakistani national arrested in a terrorism probe was "a nice kid" and very respectful. The mosque leader says the arrest of the man (Hammad Riaz Samana) comes as a shock. Authorities say the suspect, in custody since August second, may be linked to a possible plot to attack the Israeli Consulate, National Guard facilities and synagogues in Los Angeles. A law enforcement source says his arrest came after investigators found a potential target list at the home of Levar Washington, who's been charged in a series of gas station robberies with another man, Gregory Patterson. The mosque leader says Washington and Patterson had also attended the mosque but he did not recall all three men associating with one another.