PITTSBURGH - A Pittsburgh man is facing four counts of terroristic threats and remains behind bars Thursday after investigators said he threatened Western Psychiatric Institute staffers.
Channel 11’s Renee Kaminski reported that Perry Bagley was arrested by University of Pittsburgh police Wednesday after allegedly threatening to “shoot, stab, come back and kill” hospital employees.
According to the criminal complaint, one nurse stated that Bagley told her he would stab staff members and “pull the pin out of his pocket” if he ended up in restraints.
Another staff member quoted Bagley as saying, “I will stab your eye and then you’ll have to explain to everyone why you don’t have an eye.”
The criminal complaint went on to say that Bagley told another employee, “No wonder people come in here and kill. The way I’m treated, you all should be killed.”
Bagley remains in the Allegheny County Jail on four counts of terroristic threats.
Kaminski also reported that Bagley is accused of terrorist threats in Beaver County. He was convicted and is on probation for threatening staff at Heritage Valley Beaver.
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