The Racine County District Attorney’s office has issued six charges including terrorist threats to a man from Burlington after he allegedly told people at a Burlington business that he would “shoot up the place.”
Jakob Stolp, 39 and a convicted felon, faces up to at least seven years in prison if he is convicted on all six charges, which also include possession of improvised explosives, possession of THC (second-or-more offense), and drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct and computer message-threaten injury or harm.
According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, witnesses at the business in Burlington said Stolp had made threats of an active shooter situation and also threatened to use explosives.
He also reportedly “text messages to an individual employee which included photographs of firearms with personal threats.”
Law enforcement took him into custody on Wednesday. The Racine County Sheriff’s Office says they found ammunition, a fuse, a steel pipe, Tannerite and marijuana.