Maryland Police Discover 25 Firearms In House Of Possible Aurora Copycat | Just one week after the massacre in an Aurora, Colorado theater, Maryland police discovered 25 firearms and 40 boxes of ammunition in the apartment of a man who made threats against his coworkers. The man, Pitney Bowes employee Neil E. Trescott, was arrested wearing a shirt that read “Guns don’t kill people. I do.” He allegedly made the threat Wednesday after he was told he was being fired, saying “I am a joker. I’m going to load my guns and blow everybody up,” but later called back later to acknowledge the seriousness of his claim. He is currently undergoing medical evaluation.