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On 06/06/2019, Milford Police Department was notified of a possible threat that was to occur at Walmart, located at 939 N DuPont Blvd, Milford, Kent County, DE on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. Detectives began to investigate the threat and identified the suspect as Allen Mohr, 61 of Milford, DE. Investigation revealed that the threat was not against the store, but against a particular employee of Walmart. Detectives obtained a warrant for Mohr on 06/10/2019 for Terroristic Threatening. Attempts were made to contact Mohr on 06/10/2019, but officers had negative contact with Mohr.

On 06/11/2019 at approximately 1152 hours, Detectives with the assistance of the Milford Police Department Patrol Division took Mohr into custody at his residence without incident. Mohr was transported back to Milford PD, where he was formally charged with Terroristic Threatening.

Mohr had a presentment through the Justice of the Peace Court 2, where he was issued a $1000.00 USC cash bail and a no contact order with the employee and Walmart. Mohr posted his bond and was released from custody with a future court date in the Kent County Family Court.

As of this time, the Milford Police Department does not consider there to be any active threat against Walmart, their employees, or patrons. The Milford Police Department reminds citizens that if they see something or someone that appears to be suspicious, they should call 9-1-1 immediately.

 

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