Man arrested for making terrorist threats against Brooklyn Bowl

LAS VEGAS - According to an arrest report released Monday, the suspect, Paul Fister, made threats against the Brooklyn Bowl box office which is located at the LINQ Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.

Fister is accused of saying he would blow up the Brooklyn Bowl Box office just "like the guy who blew up the festival at Mandalay Bay."

Metro investigators say it all started when Fister couldn't get a total rewards ticket. When Fister was arrested and questioned about his comments, he allegedly told authorities that he had anger issues, but he agreed he shouldn't have said what he said.
Fister is charged with "making a threat regarding an act of terrorism."

8 News NOW conducted a records check on Fister out of North Carolina and found he had one prior charge for communicating threats as well as several DUIs.

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