Shelby County Man Arrested For Making Terrorist Threat

Publish Date: May 13, 2016
Written by: Brittany Sharp
Categories: News

Birmingham, AL 05/13/2016

Booking Photo

Booking Photo

Just after 9:00 am on Sunday May 8th deputies were called to investigate a report of a disorderly person at a church in 2200 block of Briarwood Way. It was reported that 25 year old Joshua Ray

Davis became loud and disruptive in the church. He walked to the rear of the church, slammed the door and made an obscene gesture toward one of the deacons. Security for the church is provided by off duty police officers. The officers tried to talk to Davis, but he was belligerent and uncooperative. He did provide them with identification.

Davis left the church before deputies arrived. After leaving he called the church administrative office and told the secretary that he would come back and kill the police officers and everyone else. Deputies went to his home, but he was not located.

On May 9th an arrest warrant was obtained charging Davis with Making a Terrorist Threat. He was arrested without incident on May 11th and placed in the Jefferson County Jail where he remains. His bond is set at $10,000.

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