A man who was arrested for allegedly causing a threat that led to an evacuation of the Fox River Mall in Appleton was charged on Thursday. Christopher Hawkins was charged with making a terrorist threat after what Police say stemmed from an argument that he had with his on-again-off-again-girlfriend. According to the complaint, Hawkins displayed a handgun in the parking ramp of the Copper Leaf Hotel and made threats towards his girlfriend and those inside the hotel, saying he was going to shoot up the hotel, and the two of them. Police say they received the call from Hawkins girlfriend that he made comments that he was going to shoot up the mall and that “by the end of the night, someone is going to die”, according to the complaint. Police decided to evacuate the mall as an act of caution. Hawkins was arrested in Minnesota and remains in a Minnesota jail. The Outagaime County District Attorney’s office is working on getting him brought back to Wisconsin to face charges.