However, on Aug. 8 officers were called back to the hospital where staff said Kiser made threats.
“Officers made contact with hospital security and stated that Mr. Kiser was treated and released and refused to leave because he was unhappy with care,” the affidavit says. “(The employee) stated that Mr. Kiser threw a pen at a nurse. (The employee) stated that Mr. Kiser was complaining that he had no ride and continued to be belligerent, throwing his paperwork across the floor.”
The staff member said Kiser was informed that he needed to leave, and that’s when he told staff he would come back to the hospital and “bomb it.”
“And further stated that ‘this would be another Dayton, Ohio massacre.’”
The affidavit says security removed the man from the property and then made contact with police. Kiser was contacted by police and arrested shortly after, the affidavit says. A next court date in the case has not been set.