SALT LAKE CITY — A man with an extended history of violent crimes faces new expenses for allegedly threatening a mass capturing at a South Salt Lake movie show.
Jeremy David Thomas, 33, of South Salt Lake, was charged Thursday in third District Courtroom with making a terroristic menace, a second-diploma felony, and assault, a class A misdemeanor.
On Sept. 29, an intoxicated Thomas threatened to kill a man and his family, in accordance with charging paperwork.
When a police officer handcuffed Thomas and advised him he was going to jail, Thomas stated, “I am going to show you who’s story to consider once I (expletive) commit a mass suicide (expletive) bombing at Century sixteen,” the fees state.
The officer requested Thomas if he was making a terroristic menace.
“Yes I’m, go ahead and charge me with it,” he replied, in line with courtroom data. “(Thomas) continued to yell and speak about mass shootings and we might see who he was after he acquired released from jail.”
Thomas’ handle in charging documents is listed as an condo building a few block away from the theater.
Prosecutors famous in charging documents that Thomas’ threats have been concerning in mild of his in depth, and sometimes violent, prior convictions.
In 2017 he was convicted of aggravated assault for threatening to shoot individuals contained in the Salt Lake homeless shelter, in response to a police report. In 2007 he was convicted of straightforward assault, courtroom data state. In 2006 he pleaded guilty to an amended attempted possession of an explosive system.
Thomas has been charged no less than two other occasions with felony aggravated assault only to have the instances later dismissed, courtroom data point out. He has also had numerous intoxication and trespassing fees filed towards him.