Video: Maryland man arrested after threatening mass shooting at Pitney Bowes mail facility

The Baltimore Sun reports that a Maryland man, Neil Edwin Prescott, 28, threatened to “load my guns” and attack a Pitney Bowes mail facility where he formerly worked:

According to an application for the search warrant, Prescott called his former supervisor, Gary Crofoot, at mail services supplier Pitney Bowes in Capitol Heights on Monday and repeatedly said, “I am a joker. I’m going to load my guns.”

He also said he wanted to “see the supervisor’s brain splatter all over the sidewalk,” the search warrant application says. Police confirmed that there was animosity between the two men but said the threat was directed toward “everybody.”

Read more at the Baltimore Sun: Crofton, Maryland man called himself ‘Joker,’ planned mass shooting, police say – Baltimore Sun.