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A search of his car turned up an AK-47 assault weapon, four handguns, ammunition and clippings about the Friday shooting in Colorado that left 12 people dead at a midnight screening of the Batman movie.
Police said he also had several guns, including a machine gun, and thousands of rounds of ammunition in his home in Biddeford.
"He was unusually calm given the excessive speed. That raised a red flag with me," Trooper Phillip Alexander told the Kennebec Journal. "Was he asking to get caught? Was it a cry for help? It could have been."
In Southern California, a man at a Sunday afternoon showing of the film was arrested after witnesses said he made threats and alluded to the Colorado shooting when the movie didn't start.
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were called to a cinema complex in Norwalk after moviegoers said 52-year-old Clark Tabor shouted: "I should go off like in Colorado." They said he then asked: "Does anybody have a gun?"
In Denver, police confirm Jordan Morado posted messages on Facebook saying “Mad props to James Holmes. Thank you for making this world a whole lot better.”
Sources tell FOX31 that a friend of Morado’s reported these posts. Saturday night, police surrounded his Capitol Hill apartment. Morado eventually came out and no threats were found inside his apartment.
He’s not facing any charges but sources tell us he was placed on a mental health hold.