Jeremy Garnier Biography, Jeremy Garnier Wiki
Jeremy Garnier’s real name Jeremy Joseph Garnier is a University City man who dressed as the Batman villain the Joker and live-streamed himself this week as he threatened to bomb and kill people along the Delmar Loop, prosecutors said.
“I can’t be inebriated when I’m planning on killing a bunch of people,” he says.
Jeremy Garnier Age
He is 51 years old.
Jeremy Garnier Charges
According to charges, Garnier about 8:15 p.m. Monday was dressed as the Joker, complete with makeup, at the Blueberry Hill bar/restaurant on Delmar where he was reported to have made threats. Someone reported to police that Garnier was making threats using his Facebook Live app.
Jeremy Joseph Garnier Video
He is seen later in the video entering Blueberry Hill. A host asks to see identification and when he says he doesn’t have it, he tells another worker he’s 48 years old. They allow him in. He is then seen walking through Blueberry Hill, looking out the front windows and noticing a police car.
“I think they’re looking for me, but it’s OK,” the man said.
He’s later seen telling someone, presumably a bartender, that he wants a Sprite and doesn’t drink alcohol.
“Yeah, I can’t be inebriated when I’m planning on, you know, killing a bunch of people,” he said. “It’s not something you can do. I’m live on Facebook right now. I’ve got like nearly 2,000 people watching me.”
Police responded to the scene in response to a call for an active shooter, charges said.
A nearly hourlong Livestream posted to the Facebook account for a Jeremy Joseph Garnier shows a man dressed as the Joker talking to the camera in a bedroom where he is putting on a costume. He’s later seen driving in his car, smoking a pipe and going to the St. Louis Galleria, where he’s stopped by security and asked to leave. The video then shows him driving to the Delmar Loop, at times talking about ending the country’s opioid epidemic.
He was taken into custody and is being held without bond.
He has a criminal history that includes multiple convictions for burglary in St. Louis County. He also has a 2000 conviction in East St. Louis federal court for robbing a credit union. He was sentenced to seven years in federal prison in that case and was later indicted for walking away from a halfway house.