Anne Arundel County (MD) Fire Department Employee Details Gun Threats at Department HQ, Gets Charged with Threat of Mass Violence

An employee of the Anne Arundel County (MD) Fire Department was arrested Tuesday for making threats of mass violence at department headquarters, reports baltimore.cbslocal.com.

Police responded around noon to department headquarters in Millersville for a report of a threat made by an employee, the report says. The suspect, identified as 24-year-old Jordan Brent Hartlove, allegedly told his coworkers at the station detailed threats of using a gun to harm other people.

Arrested for threats of mass violence, Hartlove was taken into custody without incident by an out-of-county agency, according to the report.

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