DETAILS: Man Who Allegedly Threatened Mass Shooting in Maryland Referred to Himself as a ‘Joker,’ Had an Arsenal of Weapons in Home
Maryland police have released new details about the arrest of a man who allegedly called his workplace and threatened to “blow the place up.” Authorities held a news conference moments ago and identified the man as 28-year-old Neil Prescott of Crofton, Maryland. They say Prescott was recently fired from his job and made threatening phone calls to his former company.
According to authorities, he referred to himself as a “Joker.” Police say that they found an arsenal of weapons at Prescott’s home. They describe him as emotionally disturbed.