France: Prosecutor Francois Molins says Kriket is part of a terrorist group with plans for at least one attack and holds false documents, but real weapons and explosives.
ABC News reports that others have also been arrested who are connected to Kriket in Belgium and The Netherlands.
According to ABC:
An arsenal of "unprecedented scale" of weapons and explosives was seized in Kriket's home, Molins said, adding that the weaponry was evidence of an "imminent attack."
Kriket also has been renting an apartment in Argenteuil paying in cash.
Paris prosecutor said that the attack was imminent and was targeting the French capital.
Meanwhile, French PM Hollande has decided to reverse his government's position on stripping terrorists of their French nationality in a reversal that is quite peculiar given the uptick in successful and planned Islamic terror attacks against European capitals and France in particular.