A Salem man faces a felony charge in connection making threats toward the staff of Salem Memorial District Hospital, according to documents filed in circuit court.
Edmund P. Marshinski, 39, is charged with one count of second-degree making terrorist threats. His bond was set at $10,000.
Marshinski was arrested Saturday at SMDH on a charge of trespassing, according to the case’s probable cause report. While being booked into the Dent County Jail, the report states Marshinski began yelling and causing a commotion. It details he said he was “going to kill the people who keep getting him into trouble.” Marshinski is also quoted as saying he would, “kill anyone he came in contact with” for several minutes.
The report states Marshinski has been arrested three times for incidents at SMDH and law enforcement present at the jail Saturday understood the threats he made were directed against the staff and witnesses present during his most recent arrest.