A dangerous threat to coworkers or just a joke? It turns out that choice was never decided in the trial of Neil Prescott, which was sometimes referred to as the “Joker Case.”
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.
Police say he threatened to load his guns and blow up his workplace, but 28-year-old Neil Prescott only faces a misdemeanor charge. It’s a charge even law enforcement says isn’t enough.
An Anne Arundel County man accused of plotting a workplace shooting continues a mental evaluation. His friends are coming to his defense and we’re learning more about his background.
New details about the Maryland man police say called himself “The Joker” and was found with an arsenal of weapons after threatening to shoot up his workplace.
A friend says a 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.