A Florida man was arrested Thursday after a domestic violence incident spiraled into a workplace violence situation, the Naples Daily News reported Saturday.
Osvald Milo, 26, was held on three counts of three counts of aggravated assault with deadly weapon and had his bond set at $90,000.
Milo was involuntarily institutionalized under the The Florida Mental Health Act of 1971, which is commonly called the Baker Act.
Milo was accused of threatening his family with a hammer, throwing it at them, but missing.
He then reportedly walked to his job at the Korunda Medical Institute and smashed several windows.
He was fired from the institute.
His girlfriend, who worked as a nurse at the facility, alerted deputies to a journal entry in which he allegedly wrote of his intent to harm his colleagues with a “hit list” of names.
His girlfriend said Milo would find it relaxing to research mass shootings and often spoke to her about suicide and homicide.
Milo’s institutionalization was based on “the seriousness of the allegations, his overt act of anger and damage toward the workplace, as well as a demonstrated propensity to cause harm to himself or to others,” authorities wrote.