A 35-year-old man was arrested for an incident at Warren Snyder-John Girotti Elementary School and must stay 100 yards away from Bristol Borough School grounds, police said.
Edwin Landman, of Garfield Street in Bristol, went to the elementary school Tuesday to pick up his daughter, police said. The father became very angry when a school employee asked to see his identification before he could enter the building, according to a police criminal complaint.
"What the [expletive] for?" courts documents quote Landman as saying to the school employee.
Landman eventually produced identification and was let into the school, according to court documents. Once inside, he said, "Now I am in, I can blow you away."
The man became "irate" inside the school when he was asked to fill out a sign-in sheet, police said.
Landman was arrested Friday morning on charges of terroristic threats and two counts disorderly conduct. He is currently out on 10 percent of $40,000 bail, according to court dockets. Landman must also stay 100 yards away from Bristol Borough School grounds, according to the police blotter.