Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Rage To Live

Tasneem Nashrulla / BuzzFeed News:
A Mom Said Her Son Was “Just A Little Boy.”  Police Said He Could Be The Next “Kid From Parkland.”  —  A 15-year-old high school student was arrested at his home in Volusia County, Florida, on Friday for allegedly making an online threat to shoot up a school.
Long Beach Marriott Worker Arrested for Alleged Threat of Mass Shooting
Police took weapons from the home of 37-year-old Rodolfo Montoya. (Long Beach Police Department)
Rodolfo Montoya, 37, was arrested Tuesday at his Huntington Beach home, according to the Long Beach Police Department. He was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail, according to jail records.

“He was an employee at the hotel and he was upset about some recent workplace activity having to do with H.R.,” Long Beach police Chief Robert Luna told reporters at a news conference announcing the arrest.

Luna said Montoya allegedly spoke to a fellow employee on Monday and threatened “that he was going to shoot up fellow employees and people coming into the hotel.”

That employee told the hotel’s general manager, who called police.

Luna said police found a variety of weapons and ammunition in Montoya’s home. He said Montoya does not appear to have any criminal history, so there is no indication he is prohibited from purchasing firearms. The chief noted, however, that some of the firearms found at Montoya’s home “may be illegal to possess,” along with some of the high-capacity ammunition magazines.
Added Local Gun Fun:
Gunman opens fire at Lancaster sheriff's station, wounding one deputy
The gun shoots both ways, coppers.

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