A Florida man threatened to kill landscapers for leaving grass clippings on his walkway
A Florida man was arrested after threatening to kill two lawn care workers for leaving grass clippings on the walkway of his home.
The incident started when the man, Anthony Sabella, had two men provide lawn care service to him at his home. When then landscapers left his home Sabella called one of the workers, saying they had left grass clippings on his walkway.
When the men returned to clean up the grass, they were met by Sabella who was shouting at them and using racial slurs.
The workers decided to leave and the man followed them in his vehicle and pointed a gun at them, threatening to kill them. They called 911. Police arrived and waited for Sabella to leave his home before arresting him.
He was charged with possession of a firearm/ammunition by a felon and two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.