Police: Man threatened bank employees

A Hummelstown man has been arrested on charges he threatened employees at a suburban Harrisburg bank.

Frederick Zulli, 33, yelled at employees of the Belco Community Credit Union branch on Paxton Street on Tuesday because he was angry about a service fee that had been charged to his account, Swatara Township police said.

Zulli used profanity while in the bank and threatened bank employees, police said.

Police said he also posted threats towards Belco employees, and President Barack Obama, on his Facebook account.

Zulli was arrested at his home Wednesday and charged with three counts of terroristic threats and one count of disorderly conduct.

He was sent to Dauphin County Prison on $25,000 bail.

Police were assisted in the investigation by the U.S. Secret Service.


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