West Haven police said they arrested a man for threatening to shoot and kill management staff where he lives because his vehicle had been towed.
Police were called to 278 Main St. on Wednesday and when they arrived they were met by management staff who said they were threatened by a tenant because his vehicle had been towed previously from the property.
Staff told police Sean Reposa left a note saying he had a rifle and if his vehicle got towed again he would kill them.
Officers said they also found a second note on his car that said, "Touch my baby, I'll kill yours."
Reposa was found in his apartment with a Savage 30.06 rifle and 58 assorted magazines for different weapons.
He was arrested for threatening and breach of peace. His weapons were confiscated and was held on bond.
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