Man Arrested for Threats at A Delaware Welcome Center
Shelby Cannatelli was watching from her apartment and says "Either way though it put a lot of peoples lives in danger, just by having the threats."
There are now court documents detailing that Papou and a second suspect became "distraught" after finding out the concert was sold out. "one suspect says what if we jump the fence". The women at the front desk then explains "they would be kicked out by security and potentially arrested." When Papou replied "what if we hop the fence with guns."
Cannatelli thinks "Someone who says something like that should not be allowed to live in this area anymore maybe should go to jail."
The Welcome Center responded quickly calling the authorities and postponing the concert.
Police are stilling looking for the second suspect but have identified him.
According to Patti Grimes, the executive Director of the Freeman Stage the concert will be pushed back to August 17th later this year.