Man in Ohio accused of sending al-Qaida money wants release

Another one of the four men with Ohio ties accused of sending money to a former al-Qaida leader wants to be released from prison before going to trial.

Ibrahim Mohammad will ask a federal judge Tuesday in Toledo to be put on home detention in northern Ohio.

His attorney says Mohammad isn't a danger to the community or a flight risk.

One of the four men already is out on bond while another was denied a release.

Federal prosecutors say they were working to send money to an al-Qaida leader who was linked to the planning of several attacks against American interests before being killed in a drone strike.

Attorneys for all four have denied the charges.