The supervisor of a Wisconsin restaurant targeted by gunman Bruce Pofahl got a temporary restraining order against him after a series of threats, including a warning message that said, “times (sic) up.”
Elizabeth Walker, who runs the Creek Kitchen and Bar where Pofahl worked until getting fired, got the order on March 9, claiming her former employee launched a campaign of harassment and threats against her and her family, online court records show.
Walker wrote in a court petition that Pofahl, 62, had been fired for “a few things, including harassment,” and had been sending her texts and emails for weeks threatening her and her family — including boasting he would wreck her sister’s wedding, NBC News reported.
She said Pofahl also sent her photos of her home, the outlet said.
“Times (sic) up,” the shooter said in one message.
Pofahl did not attend the court hearing, saying he suffered from high blood pressure and diabetes,