Georgia man arrested for threatening to behead Supreme Court justices

CLAYTON COUNTY — Friday evening, federal Agents from the Department Of Commerce contacted the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office after they began receiving threats from a Jonesboro man who was rejected for over 250 trademarks that he submitted. 

The following examples of what he submitted provide a clue of why they were rejected:

“Kill everyone in Clayton County GA” “Kill everyone in DeKalb County GA” “Kill everyone in Fulton County GA” “Kill everyone in Atlanta GA”

According to the sheriff’s office, the man, who has been identified as David Golphin Jr., sent the following threat in response to his rejection:

“TA Will charge The Supreme Court for perjury as a lie detector forever and have all Supreme Court Judges and Department of Justice Department Official beheaded, severed, and assassinated at the result of a failure of this lie detector test forever for the safety of the United States of America and the United States of IDELIK”

Sheriff Victor Hill, The Fugitive Squad Commander, and members of the Sheriff’s Tactical Patrol Division searched for Golphin Friday night after he was spotted in the area of Southlake Mall.

Golphin who was already wanted for probation violation was spotted Saturday walking down Tara Blvd. Golphin was taken into custody without incident. Golphin has been ordered to have a thorough mental evaluation.

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