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TUCSON, Ariz. - James Fuller, a victim from last week's mass shooting in Tucson, finds himself on the wrong side of the law after he made threatening statements at a town hall meeting.
According to Pima County Sheriff's department spokesman Jason Ogan, Fuller was arrested towards the end of a town hall meeting Saturday in Tucson after reportedly taking exception to comments made by Arizona State Rep. Terri Proud and Tucson tea party member Trent Humphries.
Fuller allegedly took a photo of Humphries and said "You're Dead."
He was immediately escorted out of the room by deputies.
The Fuller, 63, was arrested for threats and intimidation and was involuntarily taken in for a mental evaluation.
The case will be sent to the district attorney's office to see if charges will be filed.