One Burlingame man's Twitter reign of terror was put on hold when he was arrested on a warrant for failing to appear in court last week.
Khalil Jaser was originally arrested for DUI over the summer. In the following months he made hundreds of calls to the arresting officer and left dozens of threatening voice messages.
He was slated to stand trial for his offenses on Jan. 22, but did not appear in court, so a $150,000 bench warrant was issued.
While he hiding from authorities, he made no secret of his location. He tweeted once on Jan. 23 and once on Jan. 24 — both tweets location stamped with Burlingame, California.
His last tweet read, "I love the song of freedom and flying fish in the gulf."
A look back over his Twitter history reveals dozens of anti-Semitic messages including threats to "exterminate the Jews."
Police located Jaser (who was not "in the gulf") and arrested him on Jan. 25 and he finally appeared in court on Monday, Jan. 28. His bail was doubled to $300,000 and Judge Jon Karesh set his next trial date for March 18.