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ATHENS, Ohio — An Ohio University employee is in custody after allegedly threatening to “take down” himself and other employees at the dining hall where he worked.
Curtis Embrey, 38, of Rutland was arrested Monday and charged with the third-degree felony of making terroristic threats, according to a press release from the Ohio University Police Department.
OUPD, with assistance from Fairfield-Hocking-Athens Major Crimes Unit, responded to the Nelson Dining Hall where Embrey worked and “confirmed the veracity of the threats” before obtaining a warrant for his arrest.
Dining Services temporarily closed Nelson Commons while authorities took Embrey into custody without incident in a nearby parking garage.
Embrey was transported to Southeast Ohio Regional Jail and is banned from campus.