The pizza offer to the man who threatened with Coldplay lyrics and warned his family to take
revenge on their Nazi prison friends turned the man from his decision.
Evan Charles McLemore, who lived in a house in Pensacola and was persuaded after 4
days, was detained as a result of the negotiations of the SWAT team. SWAT team convinced
McLemore with pizza.
The Pensacola Police Department described the incident on its Facebook page with the
following words: “Do not underestimate the power of thin paste pizza.”
According to the Pensacola News Journal, it is not known whether McLemore was
immediately given a pizza slice. However, the man was still accused of defying the security
According to the news of the newspaper, officials who arrived at the scene after a report of
assault to the police saw that McLemore set up a barricade in a room. The man pointed a
gun to his head and said “he will not go back to prison.”
It was not easy to get McLemore out. The SWAT team, who came to the scene, presented
the big gun to the man. The big weapon was a thin dough pizza.
McLemore was wanted by the police. McLemore put a knife to her grandmother’s throat in
February and threatened to kill her.
In an arrest report reached by the newspaper, it was stated that McLemore’s Nazi friends
would visit them and harm people. The report said that McLemore’s family had stopped
communicating with him. Also in the report it was written “Lights will guide you home and
ignite your bones and I will try to fix you.” The song Fix You was an upbeat song of the
group, but it is not yet known for what purpose McLemore was using it.
The police sentenced McLemore to 18 months in prison. The man with a $100,000 bail will
appear in court in three weeks.