Screaming man arrested at NBC affiliate after delaying newscast

Courtesy KOB4

A man in Albuquerque, N.M., was arrested after interrupting a local NBC affiliate’s newscast by pounding on the back door of the station while screaming at employees.

The unidentified man began pounding on a glass door of the station and screaming at employees after getting past security.

The broadcast had to be delayed until police arrived to take the man into custody, KOB4 reported.

{mosads}The Albuquerque incident comes as Lexington, Ky., police investigate if damage to a Kentucky-based newspaper building on Sunday was the result of gunfire.

Windows on three separate floors were shattered at the offices of the Lexington Herald-Leader, and police say they saw “suspected signs of small-caliber bullet damage to the building.”

Security video showed the windows on three different levels of the press room being damaged on Sunday morning between 9:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. ET.

Lexington police are investigating the incident as criminal mischief.

No employees were injured.

“We’re going to be vigilant and continue to do what we do,” said Lexington Herald-Leader publisher Rufus Friday

“We’re not going to be deterred by this senseless act of vandalism.”

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