SUNNYVALE (CBS SF) — A San Francisco man was arrested in Richmond for making threats to kill people with a firearm at the GoDaddy location in Sunnyvale, the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety said Wednesday.

The incident occurred on Monday, Dec. 2. 50-year-old Michael Depaulo called GoDaddy and verbally stated he was minutes away from walking into the Sunnyvale location and shooting people randomly with a shotgun, police said.

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Sunnyvale DPS officers and detectives began an investigation and evidence led them to Richmond, where Richmond police detained Depaulo without incident.

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Depaulo was booked into Santa Clara County Jail on one count of making criminal threats.

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The case is still under investigation and anyone with additional information is asked to contact Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Detective Andrew Herbert at 408-730-7147 or aherbert@sunnyvale.ca.gov