Joey David George is a resident of Lynnwood, Snohomish County, Washington, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:
- He has multiple ties to the San Francisco Bay Area in California, USA.
- On November 1, 2018, his T-Mobile number was activated.
- On March 13, 2021, he started using a 2020 iPhone SE.
- On September 11, 2021, he called the Verilife Dispensary in Rockville, Maryland, USA and threatened to shoot and kill black people at the business and specified an employee who he accurately described. On the same day, he called a Denny’s restaurant in Enfield, Connecticut, USA and made the same threats. Later that day, he received calls from a Montgomery County Police Department officer and an Enfield Police Department officer and repeated the threats to the officers.
- On September 21, 2021, he received a call from an MCPD detective and told the detective that he called the Verilife Dispensary on September 11, 2021 for fear.
- On January 16, 2022, he called a dispensary in Seattle, Washington and threated to shoot black employees at the business.
- On May 12, 2022, he called Shari’s Restaurant and Pies in San Bruno, California and threatened to shoot black and Hispanic customers in the restaurant if it did not close within 20 minutes. That day, he received a call from a San Bruno Police Department officer and told the officer that black people are subhumans and he was proud of how he instilled fear in the restaurant’s employees and customers.
- On July 19, 2022, he called a Tops grocery store in Buffalo, New York, USA and threatened to shoot black people in the store. On July 20, 2022, he called the store again and ranted about a race war.
- On July 21, 2022, a Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent filed a criminal complaint against him, which was signed by U.S. Magistrate Judge Paula L. McCandlis. On the same day, he was arrested and booked into the Federal Detention Center at SeaTac, Washington.
- On July 22, 2022, he made his initial court appearance in Seattle.
- On August 3, 2022, a federal grand jury indicted him for a hate crime and four counts of interstate threats.
- On November 7, 2022, he pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to making interstate threats and committing a hate crime for interference with a federally protected activity.
- He was 37 years old when he admitted on November 7, 2022 that he made threatening telephone calls from at or near his home in Lynnwood to grocery stores in Buffalo, restaurants in California and Connecticut and a marijuana dispensary in Maryland. U.S. District Judge Ricardo S. Martinez will sentenced him on December 16, 2022.