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The employee threatened to ‘blow up’ the Atlanta Braves’ stadium and ‘running around in there,’ warrant says

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As a member of the Atlanta Braves’ stadium, SunTrust Park, was on Saturday arrested after an alleged fight with his boss and threatened to “blow up” the stadium and the “shoot everyone,” according to his arrest warrant.

Jamar Antonio, Golfin, 30, was jailed Saturday on felony charges of making terrorist threats, or actions, of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, citing Cobb County jail records.

Jamar Antonio, Golfin, was arrested on Saturday for allegedly making threats against his employer, according to the records.
(Cobb County jail)

Golfin, who was assigned to the cleaning of the seating area of the stadium on Friday morning, is said to have angered his boss, and after a walk during a break.

Golfin ‘ s boss) asked him to leave, SunTrust Park. When he went Golfin on, verbally abused, and his boss, and the Braves security guard, the paper said.

WALMART EMPLOYEE, SON,, 31, CALLED IN A THREAT TO ‘SHOOT UP’ STORE, AND ASK FOR AN EVACUATION, THE AUTHORITIES SAID

Golfin to the allegedly threatened to “kill them all”, and said that he was going to come back and shoot everyone who’s there,” according to his arrest warrant. He also reportedly said that he would “blow up the place.”

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He was arrested on Saturday and booked into the Cobb County jail on a $16,720 bond, according to records. It was not clear whether he was still a lawyer.

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