DURHAM, Conn. (WTNH) - A Meriden man is accused of threatening co-workers at his job in Durham and was arrested Thursday.
Police say Jeffrey Wilson, 46, of Meriden, got upset at work Thursday morning and made general statements about shooting co-workers at Durham Manufacturing.
He was escorted off the property.
Police found him at his home and arrested him.
Police say no guns are registered to him.
Wilson has been fired from his job.
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