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Voorheesville man accused of making terroristic threat

April 21, 2017 01:40 PM

A Voorheesville man is arrested for allegedly making a terroristic threat.

The Albany County sheriff's investigators say they received a report of a former county employee making a threatening statement at the Department of Social Services.

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Robert Girouard, 23, allegedly said he had a gun and would bring it to the county offices on State Street.

Police say Girouard had been recently been fired as a security guard for stealing an iPad from a co-worker.

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