A judge on Tuesday dismissed charges against a Maryland man who police said called himself a “joker” and told a co-worker that he planned to kill his boss and commit mass violence.
A judge has ordered GPS monitoring for a Maryland man accused of calling himself a “joker” while phoning in a threat to his workplace.
A Crofton man accused of referring to himself as “a joker” and threatening to shoot up his workplace has been released to his parents from a psychiatric facility.
Neil Prescott, who referred to himself as ‘a joker’ and made violent threats against his former employer, was charged with telephone facilities and equipment in connection with the incident.
Neil Prescott has not yet been charged for making threats against his former employer and the Pitney Bowes location where he was working.
A friend of Neil E. Prescott, the Maryland man accused of threatening to shoot up his workplace, is a “gentle giant” who collected weapons and had expressed concerns about break-ins near his apartment complex.
A local man was arrested at his home Thursday evening for allegedly threatening to shoot his fellow coworkers.