Osceola County Sheriff Deputies from the Fugitive Unit arrested a Kissimmee man on Thursday that locked himself inside his home and refused to come out. The man had been previously released from jail, accused of threatening to kill a family court judge.

On Thursday, Osceola Sheriff Deputies reported to 285 Indian Point Circle in Kissimmee to serve a warrant to 34-year old Adam Lee Andersen who was outside his home at the time. When Mr. Anderson saw the deputies approaching he ran inside and refused to come out when asked. According to court records and the Osceola County website, Anderson violated the terms of his original release, which was to not contact the “victim” directly or indirectly.

Anderson was originally arrested for extortion on April 1 after allegedly threatening a family court judge in March, and also charged June 16 with corruption by threat against a public official and written threats to commit a mass shooting.

Anderson had been involved in a contentious divorce since 2019 in which he was denied custody of his daughter. On social media, he has posted multiple times about wanting to publicly hang family court judges if he wasn’t allowed access to his daughter.

Andersen was released on bond on April 2, but instead of ceasing his “threatening” social media posts, they continued.

On June 23, a judge granted the motion for a warrant for Anderson’s re-arrest.