(WESH) An Orlando man was arrested Monday after he threatened to blow up the Orange County Courthouse, officials said.
Authorities said Allen Geozos, 52, and his unidentified fiancé attempted to obtain a marriage license, but were unable to do so because Geozos did not have a driver's license.
When Geozos was informed he needed a state I.D. or passport, he told the clerk all he had was a veteran's card and only had a copy of his driver's license, according to a report.
Investigators said Geozos, who began to get angry, yelled at the clerk and told her "when you live in the woods for so many years, you tend to lose your wallet," and that "they won't give me one (identification card) darlin'."
According to the arrest report, when Geozos' fiancé asked him if he wanted to speak to a supervisor, he stated, "No, I'll be back. I'm going to blow this place up."
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