An Oklahoma man found himself behind bars this week after police say he threatened to "shoot up" a hospital in Tulsa.
According to police, Troy Eaton threatened to shoot up Saint Francis Hospital on Jan. 4.
Police responded to the hospital at approximately 3:30 p.m. for a disturbance. When they arrived, officers found a man, later identified as Eaton, interfering with medical personnel who were treating his mother. He was removed from the property.
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According to police, Eaton then went to a gas station and told a employee that he was going to return to the hospital and "shoot up the place." Police also say that Eaton had posted a threat to the hospital on his personal Facebook page.
Eaton was arrested on Jan. 5, when officers found him at a home near 49th West Avenue and Charles Page Boulevard. Police say Eaton admitted to being involved in a disturbance at the hospital, making several threats while at the gas station and posting at threat online.
Eaton is charged with threatening a violent act and was placed in jail on $25,000 bond, according to Fox 23.
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