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“ Baltimore police walk back report of violent threat on ‘Lady in the Lake’ set “
Posted by: btfc
Date: August 30, 2022 06:09PM
‘ According to a police report filed by officer Sharrod Mobley on Aug. 26, a location manager on the limited series claimed that “individuals demanded that he pay $50,000 in order to film [on 200 Park Ave.] and that they pulled a gun and brandished it at one of the workers.”

At first, the location manager told police that he personally saw a gun before clarifying that one of the drivers on the production crew had seen the weapon when asked to describe the firearm. The police report also noted that the location manager “observed a large amount of marijuana” during the alleged altercation.

But a supplementary report filed by officer Steven Langjahr clarified that the location manager “did not witness the incident and made a report on behalf of their ‘driver.’” Langjahr added that “Officer Mobley’s investigation revealed the [location manager] to be inconsistent with their reporting of the incident.” ‘


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Re: “ Baltimore police walk back report of violent threat on ‘Lady in the Lake’ set “
Posted by: Speedy
Date: August 30, 2022 07:48PM
Who was shaking whom down



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