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Spurned man arrested in Utah for threatening to go on shooting rampage and kill ‘as many girls as I see’

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A spurned Denver man was taken into custody over the weekend after he allegedly threatened to kill “as many girls as I see.”

The Gephardt Daily reported that 27-year-old Christopher Wayne Cleary was arrested by Provo police in connection to threats made on Facebook.

A probable cause statement from Utah County said that Cleary was being charged with third-degree felony threat of terrorism and probation violation.

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According to the statement, police were contacted about a post Cleary made to his Facebook page.

“All I wanted was a girlfriend, not 1,000 not a bunch of hoes not money none of that,” he wrote, the statement said. “All I wanted was to be loved, yet no one cares about me I’m 27 years old and I’ve never had a girlfriend before and I’m still a virgin, this is why I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon and being the next mass shooter cause I’m ready to die and all the girls the turned me down is going to make it right by killing as many girls as I see.”

“There’s nothing more dangerous than man ready to die,” Cleary allegedly wrote.

Police tracked Cleary to a McDonald’s in Provo, where he was arrested. Cleary is currently incarcerated in lieu of bail.

A probation office in Colorado also said that it would seek extradition for Cleary and that the suspect had a history of threatening and stalking women. Cleary’s home address was said to be in Denver.

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Read the entire report from Gephardt Daily.


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The New York Fire Department is struggling to make its way through the coronavirus crisis. Currently, 493 members of the NYFD have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 3,000 are out sick.

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Trump’s history as a sketchy vitamin company pitchman might help explain his hydroxychloroquine obsession: report

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