A movie theater in Freehold Township, N.J. was evacuated during a Star Wars: The Force Awakens screening yesterday after a man allegedly threatened to bomb it. He has since been arrested, though sadly viewers were unable to finish the film.

Jesse Carroll, 22, has been charged with two counts of second degree Public False Alarm following both yesterday's threats and similar threats he allegedly made against the AMC Theater in Freehold Township on Monday. Yesterday, authorities say he left a note in the mens room reading, "I'm coming for blood; 4pm bomb, 6pm empty mag in guests." He left a similar note on Monday and the theater was evacuated, but yesterday's evacuation was even more problematic, as the theater was in the middle of showing the new Star Wars film.

No bomb evidence was found after either threat, but officials say they are being vigilant. "Making bomb threats in a movie theater is nothing short of domestic terrorism.
Thankfully for everyone involved this was a hoax," Monmouth County Acting Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said in a statement. "We have wasted too much time, money and resources with these dangerous and disruptive threats. We will continue to fully respond to every threat to protect our citizens, but we are also going to react with the full force of the law every time threats turn out to be hoaxes."

The theater opened after two hours, and Monmouth Police made sure to reference Yoda while announcing the opening.

It's unclear whether theatergoers will get to finish The Force Awakens, so they'll have to stay off the Internet for the next month.