Man Threatened to Kill Verizon Employees: Police

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    A Glastonbury man was arrested on Saturday morning, accused of threatening to kill Verizon employees because he was upset with their service, police said.

     A Glastonbury man was arrested on Saturday morning, accused of threatening to kill Verizon employees because he was upset with their service, police said.

    Police said Gregory Kelley, 61, called a local Verizon store and threatened to go there with a gun and kill everyone because he was upset about his service. 

    He was arrested just before 10 a.m. on Saturday and charged with threatening in the second degree, breach of peace in the second degree and second-degree harassment. 

    He was released on a promise to appear and is due in court in Manchester on July 16.

    No photo was available. 

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