Annapolis police have arrested a Glen Burnie man after he allegedly threatened to carry out a "Batman-style" shooting at the Anne Arundel County Office of Child Support Enforcement.
James Armstead, 37, was charged with threatening to injure a state official and two counts of phone misuse. Police said he allegedly called the child support enforcement office in Annapolis and threatened to kill employees and himself, referencing the Aurora, Colo., mass shooting at a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises." Armstead said he would bring an AK-47 or "other military-style weapons" to the office, police said.
When police searched Armstead's house, they found no weapons but did uncover evidence that he was looking into obtaining an AK-47. He's currently being held on $60,000 bond.