Former employee arrested in Denver Health threat lockdown

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DENVER — A former Denver Health Medical Center employee was arrested Thursday after threats against hospital staff led to a modified lockdown.

Matthew Mann, 38, was arrested on charges of felony stalking and misdemeanor harassment, the Denver Police Department reported.

According to hospital spokesperson Cindy Matthews, security personnel were not letting anyone into or out of the facility without proper credentials as of noon. The extra measures were removed about 1:08 p.m.

The hospital is located at 650 N.  Bannock Street.

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