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Warrant: Braves stadium worker threatened to 'shoot everyone there' and 'blow up the place'

Jamar Golfin is charged in Cobb County with making terroristic threats after he was asked to leave the job last Friday.
Credit: Cobb County Magistrate Court

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A temporary janitorial employee at SunTrust Park threatened to “come back and shoot everyone there” and “blow up the place” after being kicked off the job, according to an arrest warrant.

Jamar Golfin was charged with making terroristic threats after the incident, according to Cobb County court documents.

The incident happened last Friday at the ballpark, authorities said.

The documents say that Golfin was assigned to clean seats at the Braves’ stadium. He was apparently asked to leave by a supervisor and allegedly “became upset and verbally abusive … as they walked out of the stadium.”

Golfin is accused of threatening to the supervisor and a Braves security worker that he would “kill them all.”

He also allegedly said he “would come back and shoot everyone there” and “would be back to blow up the place” as he left.

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