Atlantic City man arrested for threats against Motor Vehicle Commission

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Guy M. Constibile, 45, of Atlantic City Guy M. Constibile, 45, of Atlantic City

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – An Atlantic City man was arrested after he allegedly threatened to shoot employees at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission's Shore Mall location on Wednesday, Nov. 7, causing the agency to be evacuated and shut down for the day, police said.

According to police, Guy M. Constibile, 45, (also known as Guy M. Constabile) allegedly called into the township's 911 call center and without identifying himself, stated that he was planning on walking into the MVC and shooting all of the tellers.

Following a lengthy investigation by Egg Harbor Township Detectives Heath Per and John Heim, and with the cooperation of the MVC, township police were able to determine the identity of the caller.

Constibile was charged with causing false public alarm, terrorist threats and misuse of the 911 emergency telephone system. A warrant was issued for his arrest by the Municipal Court Judge H. Robert Switzer.

Constibile was lodged in the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility in lieu of $15,000 bail.



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