NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP/WBOC)- New Castle County Police have charged a Wilmington man with terroristic threatening after they say he said he was going to bring an AK-47 to his workplace.
Thirty-year-old Brandon Miller was arrested Thursday near Discover Bank on the unit block of Reads Way in New Castle. He released on $4,500 unsecured bond and ordered to stay away from the bank.
Police say that on Wednesday, Miller was placed on administrative leave from the bank after he allegedly threatened an employee after being reprimanded. Officers say Miller was told not to return to the bank until he was contacted by officials with the business.
Authorities say on Thursday, Miller was seen walking toward the front door of the bank, and police were called.