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CrimeMan charged with threatening massacre at Florida Walmart

17:41  05 august  2019
17:41  05 august  2019 Source:   wesh.com

Florida man accused of threatening President Trump

Florida man accused of threatening President Trump A Florida man accused of trying to slash a Walmart employee with scissors now faces federal charges after allegedly threatening President Donald Trump while he was being arrested. 

A Florida man accused of trying to slash a Walmart employee with scissors now faces federal charges after allegedly threatening President Donald Trump while he was Then he appeared at the Walmart , where he was charged with aggravated assault, battery against a police officer and disorderly conduct.

Luis Sanchez of Hialeah was charged with making a threat at a Walmart in Melbourne. Deputies said he told them he was angry the pharmacy A South Florida man was taken into custody Tuesday after deputies said he threatened to "blow up, shoot, and kill hundreds of people" at a Melbourne Walmart .

A Florida man is charged with threatening to open fire inside a Walmart, one day after a gunman killed 20 inside a Texas store.

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The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office arrested 31-year-old Wayne Lee Padgett of Valrico late Sunday. He is charged with calling the Walmart Supercenter in Gibsonton, Florida, on Sunday afternoon and telling managers he planned to shoot up the store. About 1,000 people inside were evacuated.

Investigators said they traced the call to Padgett. No gun was found at his house near Tampa.

Padgett is charged with filing a false report of using a firearm in a threatening manner. He was being held Monday at the Hillsborough County jail on $7,500 bond. No attorney was listed.

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Following the massacre , the anger and frustration of Parkland student survivors intensified At the time of the shooting, in Florida , persons 18 or older were able to buy rifles from federally licensed dealers. At his initial arraignment the day after the shootings, Cruz was charged with 17 counts of

(AP) — A Florida man accused of trying to slash a Walmart employee with scissors now faces federal charges after allegedly threatening President A Secret Service affidavit says Mohammed tried to slash a Walmart employee during a disagreement at the customer service desk, then yelled threats

A gunman killed 20 at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, on Saturday.

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Jacksonville man arrested after boy saw cellphone camera in Walmart bathroom.
A 28-year-old Jacksonville man has been arrested after a mother said someone tried to produce cellphone video of her 6-year-old son using the toilet in the Walmart at 13227 City Square Drive, the Sheriff's Office said. John Wayne Dailey of Faye Road was arrested Saturday on a charge of video voyeurism on a child and remains incarcerated on $100,000 bail, according to jail records. Officers were called to the Walmart about 6 p.m. after the boy's mother said he was using the store's front bathroom when his 12-year-old brother saw a cellphone slide into view under the wall from the stall next door, according to Times-Union news partner First Coast News.

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