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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson has filed an injunction in order to keep a man -- who has made threats -- away from him.
The injunction was filed against 59-year-old Patrick McGean after he was arrested on Monday for telling an employee at the Utah College of Massage Therapy he was on his way to kill the mayor. He also allegedly told police the mayor "made him homeless" and the mayor would "pay for it."
The injunction asks the court to keep McGean from coming within one-thousand yards of the mayor, his home and his work.
McGean is currently in the Salt Lake County jail. He faces several charges, including assault and making terroristic threats
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