WASHINGTON -- Police in Maryland foiled what may have been a shooting plot on the scale of last week's massacre at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater, according to a report from WJLA-TV/ABC7.
The television station reported Friday that police took a Crofton man
into custody Thursday night and found an "arsenal" of weapons at his
home. The man, identified in media reports as Neil Prescott, was in the
process of being terminated from his job at mailroom supplier and
document company Pitney Bowes in Prince George's County and "had made
threats directed toward his employer," according to WJLA-TV. click here to read the full story