An East Bay man has been indicted on terrorism-related charges, federal court records show. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit obtained a federal indictment showing the defendant, 22-year-old Oakland resident Amer Sinan Alhaggagi, attempted to provide material support to ISIS. According to the indictment, between July and November of last year, Alhaggagi opened social media accounts to promote the terrorist group. The charge holds a penalty of up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. 9 Hospitalized After Head-On Crash in Brentwood Alhaggagi is also being indicted on three other charges including aggravated identity theft, which hold penalties of a combined 27 years in prison. The investigation was conducted by an FBI agent on the East Bay Joint Terrorism Task Force starting last August. Car Slams Into Family Members Walking in Oakland Crosswalk Attempts by the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit to reach Alhaggagi’s attorney have gone unanswered.