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The potential mass shootings in California and Tennessee turned in after tipsters’ warnings, officials say

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The potential mass shootings in California and Tennessee, at a Long Beach hotel, under the threat of a disgruntled employee, and in a Memphis church is the victim of a truck driver who saw the ‘ spirit of snakes and spiders,” have all been thwarted, after tipsters grew up by the public of the conduct of the officials said.

In gary, Indiana, on Friday, the authorities arrested Thomas Matthew McVicker, a 38-year-old truck driver who reportedly threatened to “shoot up” a church in Memphis. He has made a “credible threats to carry out a mass shooting and the suicide,” FBI special agent said in a sworn statement obtained by The Associated Press. McVicker was arrested by the Indiana State Police and the FBI.

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Earlier this month, a friend of McVicker’s and live in the Area, told a special agent for the FBI in Florida that McVicker was considering opening fire on a church, killing random people on the street. However, in a later phone conversation, the friend said, McVicker said that he is going to be a mass shooting in a church, in Memphis, on Thursday. He is reported to have told a friend: “he should be with his knife, and cut the priest’s throat.”

The authorities in the three states say they have foiled three mass shootings in three days

McVicker, according to his friend, claiming that he wanted to kill people because “they have to put the spiritual snakes and spiders in my bed.” According to the affidavit, McVicker said that he’d “only seen them a couple of times, but they must be in the form, and I can feel them crawling on me and under me.”

The driver of the truck, reportedly, does not make it clear if there was a particular church in which he was to carry out his threat, but the authorities said that he was sure that something would happen when he was in Memphis.”

Separately, in California, But The 37-year-old “disgruntled” a chef at a Marriott hotel in Long Beach, was on Tuesday arrested after a co-worker, said, The, and threatened to shoot everyone in the office.

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Apparently you are upset about a human resources issue, The to reported to have told his colleagues about the plan, and that the co-worker reported it to the police, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The researchers said they found “multiple firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and tactical gear were seized, including high-capacity magazines and an assault rifle,” in a young man The house.
The Long Beach Police Department)

Authorities were looking for The ‘s, apartment in Huntington Beach, and in a press release, announced the discovery of multiple firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and tactical gear,…including high-capacity magazines and an assault rifle” cases, which the police say are illegal to own in California.

The had a clear plan, and the intent and the means to carry out an act of violence that could have resulted in a mass casualty incident,” Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna said. Because of this, it has been reported, I am sure that many lives will be saved.”

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The arrest of the McVicker, and The are just the latest in a string of similar incidents where men have been arrested for allegedly threatening mass killings. Last week, three men — Dr. Wagshol, 22, of Connecticut; Vintage Wix, 25, of Florida; and James Reardon, 20, of Ohio, was arrested after local authorities were tipped off about their perceived threats.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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