Threats To Burn The Bank Down Lands Bank Manager In Jail

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Thursday the 24th, officers arrested Compass Bank Manager, 27 year-old Trevor Williamson, after he made threats to “…burn the place to the ground” pending a meeting with the banks Human Resources on another un-related matter Williamson had with the bank – the threat made as an alternative outcome to the decision leading Williamson to either getting his job back, or receiving a severance package.

Williamson was arrested at his residence in the 1900 block of Swanson Avenue.

Williamson admits to making the statements, but only as a figure of speech out of frustration, and meant to cause no discomfort. He believes his statements were taken out of context.




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