Twitter was flooded with messages reacting to the arrest of 2nd suspect in Boston bombings. The likes of Alyssa Milano, Olivia Wilde, Jenny McCarthy and Josh Groban express relief, desire for justice and gratitude toward law enforcement after the arrest was made.
Milano congratulated the officers for their efforts, "I am so blown away by the police officers and all 1st responders in Boston. Awesome bravery. I salute you! #BostonStrong." Wilde added, "So goddamn relieved. Boston, I love you. May the bars stay open til dawn."
McCarthy also high-fived the cops, "Boston Police, FBI and all law enforcement... Thank you for kicking ass. #respect." Groban sent his love for people in Boston, "So happy that the brave city of Boston can breathe some sigh of relief tonight after being held hostage."
Elizabeth Banks tweeted, "Standing ovation for the Boston PD and all the Massachusetts first responders. #MassPride." Kaley Cuoco wrote, "Unreal!!!!!! In custody , mutha- f-er . Thank god." Carson Daly cursed the suspect, "We got you you b*****d. Rot in hell."
Kim Kardashian posted, "Watching the news right now. This is insane. I'm glad they finally captured the 2nd suspect!!! #prayersforBoston." John Legend took to Twitter after finishing a show, "Came off stage to great news in Boston! What a relief."
Melanie Brown sent her love for the officials, "Happy to know the #bostonmanhunt is over. To all the local, state, and federal authorities who risked their lives, THANK YOU! You r loved." Rainn Wilson added, "Congrats, #Boston. Sleep safe tonight."
Donald Trump said, "Get ALL the info, then quick trial, then death penalty for the Boston killer of innocent children and people! Do not be kind." Anderson Cooper wrote, "Officer Sean Collier, Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, Krystle Campbell. We will not forget."
Rosie O'Donnell wrote a short note, "relief all around - answered prayers - #goBOSTON." Sofia Vergara did the same, "God bless this amazing country." Pete Wentz added, "That's a wrap. Boston I've got alotta love for you." Ryan Seacrest joined them, "Relieving end to a horrible week."
The entire city and suburbs were previously put on lockdown as the FBI tracked down the second suspect, identified as Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who is now in custody. The first suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was gunned down in a police shootout in Watertown after he killed a cop at Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus.