where the "The Dark Knight Rises" was showing two days after the deadly July 20 massacre in Aurora, Colo., was ordered Wednesday to get help in controlling his anger.
Clark Andrew Tabor, 52, was given three years probation and ordered to attend 26 anger management classes. He was given credit for 106 days in jail for time served since his July 22 arrest.
Tabor also was ordered to stay away from all AMC theaters during his probationary period, according to Jane Robison of the District Attorney's Office.
He pleaded no contest Aug. 8 to one count each of criminal threats and disturbing the peace by offensive language.
Authorities said Tabor held his cell phone in the air and yelled, "Does anyone have a gun?" and "I should go off like in Colorado" while at the AMC 20 Theatres in Norwalk shortly after 5 p.m. He was reportedly angry about the length of movie previews.
A movie patron who heard Tabor's tirade quickly alerted theater security of his threat, summoning assistance of Norwalk Sheriff's Station deputies who immediately detained him.
Tabor had a backpack with him, but no weapons were found.