Cape Coral man arrested for sending death threats to law enforcement



Threatening emails were sent to more than 100 law enforcement agencies. One man said he would be forced to deal with his own problems if they didn’t investigate the Catholic church.

FDLE said David Biasotti sent out the first mass email on Monday. It’s about wanting to shoot officers.

On Tuesday, investigators received a second graphic email asking officers to come find him and say that if they didn’t investigate the Catholic church for fraud, he would take care of the matter himself. mine.

Biasotti appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday. In court, he said he was sorry about the emails. Then the judge told him, “you may have just confessed to the crime.”

WINK News has spoken to several of Biasotti’s neighbors and they say the whole situation is worrying.

William White lived near Biasotti and said, “He was right up the street. It’s not what I thought would happen. I make my kids walk on the bus every day. So I was quite shocked.”

Biasotti’s neighbors told me he was quiet. “He hasn’t been out much since his mother was here. And I know that when she’s here, she’ll come talk to me about what he’s been through. ”

FLDE took two of Biasotti’s guns. He was arrested three other times in Lee County.

WINK News Security and Safety Expert Rich Kolko says the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. “So if he wants to do it before, law enforcement has to think he’s willing to do it again.”

Biasotti’s neighbors hope he will get help if needed. “I think this is the right time to check on his mental health. And hopefully that’s, you know, what he went through and wasn’t violent. That would be scary to know, right across the street. ”

Biasotti is being held at the Lee County Jail for $40,000. If he exercises the bond, he will be released with supervision.

He is facing two counts of threatening, one count of “sending murder threats” and one count of “sending text threatening to commit a mass shooting”. Cape Coral man arrested for sending death threats to law enforcement

Aila Slisco

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