Employee who Threatened to 'Shoot Up' Brewery Fired
Milwaukee, WI (WorkersCompensation.com) — A little over a year after a mass shooting at Molson Coors, another former employee has been charged with threatening to open fire on the same facility.
Online court records show that Jamal Jury, 28, of Milwaukee, was arrested on Saturday and charged with making terrorist threats and sending threatening computer messages.
His threats came just 16 months after he was suspended from his job for threatening to open fire inside the facility ...
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