Cops: Former Bills Lineman Threatened to Shoot Funeral Home Employees
More unsettling behavior is being alleged against former NFL lineman Richie Incognito.
This time the 35-year-old is accused of repeatedly threatening to shoot employees at an Arizona funeral home, where Incognito was reportedly making arrangements for his father - who passed recently.
The ex-Rams, Dolphins and Bills blocker faces misdemeanor charges for making threats, and disorderly conduct, FoxNews reports:
"Incognito reportedly was upset with staff and began to damage property inside the business and shout at employees," said Sgt. Ben Hoster, a police spokesman. "At several points during his contact with staff, Incognito threatened to retrieve guns from his vehicle and return to shoot the employees."
A police report showed officers later executed a search warrant on Incognito's pickup truck and seized two Glocks, three rifles and a silencer for a handgun.
He reportedly posted $20,000 bond Tuesday and was released.
In May, police in Florida described Incognito as 'paranoid' when he allegedly threw tennis balls and weights at fellow gym-goers. When officers approached Incognito, he reportedly told them he was in the process of running NSA 'level 3' documents through his cellphone - and that he didn't need to explain anything to cops because they 'didn't have enough clearance'.
In that incident, just a month after his official retirement, Incognito was detained under Florida's Baker Act - allowing for involuntary psychiatric commitment when is considered a danger to self or others.