CleveScene.com is reporting that Cleveland, Ohio police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Donald Nemeth, the 29-year-old brother of WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler, on charges of aggravated murder.
The warrant stems from an incident that occurred back on January 23rd, in which a 34-year-old man named Joseph Mascol was shot and killed at the University Hotel and Suites in Cleveland. Police have now gathered enough evidence to prove that Nemeth attempted to rob the man, who was said to be a Marine veteran, before shooting and killing him.
Police initially released photos of potential suspects back in February after weeks passed without any arrests being made; however, it wasn’t until this week that they announced they had gathered enough evidence to issue a warrant for Nemeth’s arrest.
The Ring of Honor office which is located in Baltimore, Maryland had a bomb scare on Thursday when a man walked into the WJZ-TV station lobby, which the ROH office is located in, and claimed he had a bomb strapped to him.
A vehicle outside of the building was also on fire.
Police shot the suspect who is now receiving treatment and is expected to survive. It’s believed he has chocolate candy bars wrapped together with wires, with another device meant to look like a detonator running down his body.
A security guard with Fox 45 told WJZ reporter George Solis that the man walked into the station wearing a hedgehog outfit and medical mask, claiming he had a bomb.
“He pretty much said he had a bomb on him and that he had a message that he needed to be heard,” said the security guard.
The security guard said the suspect had a flash drive containing files that had to do with astronomy.
“It pretty much had to do with any with astronomy–black holes, the sun, about it being liquid and gas, and he just wanted to say that the government was wrong in thinking about the way they do when it comes to anything in space,” said the guard.