A former Green Bay Packers employee who threatened to “blow up the stadium and shoot everyone in it” while drunk at a bar was sentenced to 10 days in jail.
Clayton Exferd pleaded no contest one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct at a Jan. 31 hearing, court records show.
Exferd was allegedly in a downtown bar on Sept. 18th, when several people heard him make the threats.
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A bartender described him as drunk but not incapacitated.
Exferd told police he recently retired after working at the stadium for 16 years, but had no ill will or problems there.
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