Florida man, talking about blowing some ‘sh*t’ up, instead found himself awaiting a hearing from behind bars.
Police say 41-year-old Beau Bloomer, was arrested Friday after he threatened to use a bomb to “take himself out” at the Judicial Qualification Commission (JQC).
According to court documents, Bloomer called a judge from the JQC Friday saying “I’m about to do some crazy sh*t,” over the possibility of losing custody of his child.
Bloomer said over the phone to the judge, “I tried to stay calm ’cause I didn’t want to cause a scene there, but they weren’t gonna swab, my child, without me there.”
According to the report, the judge recalled Bloomer saying, “I’ll get a bomb. Do you think I’m gonna just take myself out? Do you think I’m just gonna kill myself?”
“Do you think I won’t take anyone else out too? I’m telling you I’m about to do some crazy sh–. I will just take care of this myself,” recalled the judge.
Bloomer was arrested and charged with False Report of a Bomb or Weapon of Mass Destruction and held on a $20,000 bond in Pinellas County Jail.
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