Patrick J. Buhler Wiki
Patrick Buhler who has addresses in Morrisville and Mount Bethel. He accused of making terrorist threats against Temple University in Philadelphia. He was arrested on August 1, 2019. He was arraigned Saturday for making threats and its police department as he was buying ammunition at a Walmart store.
As he bought ammunition at a Pennsylvania Walmart, Patrick Buhler asked a customer questions about the response time of Temple University’s campus police and said “you will see something on the news in the next couple of days,” prosecutors allege https://t.co/XK3oVD6dWb
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) August 4, 2019
Patrick Buhler Age
He is 29 years old.
Patrick Buhler Criminal History
The criminal complaint also notes that Buhler was arrested in April in Flemington, New Jersey, on weapons offenses, in connection with the possession of assault-type weapons, rifles, handguns, large-capacity magazines, and prohibited ammunition. The status of that case was unclear.
“You will see something on the news in the next couple of days.” One of several chilling comments overheard by an alert Bucks County Walmart employee. The man who allegedly said them , Patrick Buhler, arrested for making threats against @TempleUniv @6abc pic.twitter.com/WUquUCmFkv
— Annie McCormick (@6abcAnnie) August 4, 2019
Patrick Buhler Arrested and Charges
During the investigation, officials discovered that Buhler had visited multiple Walmart stores in the area, where he purchased more ammunition, knives, small-cylinder propane bottle, a two-way radio, and binoculars.
This #BucksCounty man is behind bars this morning. Patrick Buhler is accused of stockpiling ammunition and making #violent threats toward #TempleUniverisy. @PHL17 is following this story. Tune in this morning for updates. #news #Philadelphia pic.twitter.com/lvRlJRjNoC
— Demetria Green (@DemetriaPHL17) August 5, 2019
He was arrested at his home in Morrisville. He said the conversation he had with the Walmart customer was “one big f—k up on my part,” noting he insinuated “violent things” and did not know what he was thinking when he said them.
Authorities allege in a criminal complaint that he spoke to a customer in the sporting goods department of the Walmart in Tullytown on Wednesday night about security at Temple University as he was purchasing five boxes of ammunition. He asked questions about campus police and the department’s response time, “eventually making the statement: ‘You will see something on the news in the next couple of days.'”
— Conall Smith (@Smith_Conall) August 5, 2019
The complaint said Buhler said he was buying .223 caliber rifle ammunition because “he knows that cops wear bulletproof vests.” Authorities allege he had visited other Walmart stores to buy ammunition, knives, and small-cylinder propane bottles as well as a two-way radio and binoculars.
Authorities said in the criminal complaint that Buhler, located at his Morrisville address, said the conversation with the Walmart customer was a mistake, noted he insinuated “violent things” and said he didn’t know what he was thinking when he said them.
Authorities allege in a criminal complaint that 29-year-old Patrick Buhler spoke to a customer in the sporting goods department of the Walmart in Tullytown on Wednesday about security at Temple University as he was purchasing five boxes of ammunition. https://t.co/0xBLPOce3x
— KYW Newsradio (@KYWNewsradio) August 5, 2019