GLEN BURNIE, Md. (AP) — A Maryland man has been sentenced to 98 days in jail for threatening to shoot up the Honda dealership where he worked.

The Capital reports 32-year-old Thomas Cudnik Jr., of Glen Burnie, pleaded guilty Friday to making a threat of mass violence. He was sentenced to 10 years in jail with all but 98 days suspended.

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Charging documents say the threat was reported in August and Cudnik told responding authorities that he had angrily told his manager he sometimes felt like shooting up the place.

A search of Cudnik’s home uncovered several guns, but no ammunition.

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His lawyer, Peter O’Neill, said Cudnik made the comment after being verbally bullied. Cudnik’s mother testified that her son has a learning disability.

Cudnik also was ordered to undergo mental health evaluation and treatment.

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