New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly (L) speaks as Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) looks on during a news conference on gun control on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Fisher threatened Bloomberg saying, "I'm gonna come and kill your Mayor" and "The Mayor's office, he's a target, we will kill him," during three calls on May 12th made from different Midtown locations, officials told NBCNewYork.com.
The suspect then threatened Kelly during three calls in October, saying at one point "Tell Commissioner Kelly he is dead."
Later in October he renewed his threats against Bloomberg in one call saying "gonna kill the mayor if he shows up to the marathon."
Fisher is being held on $100,000 bail after his arraignment Saturday in Manhattan Criminal Court on 10 counts of making a terroristic threat, authorities said.
His defense attorney requested that Fisher be put under psychiatric evaluation and his next court date was set for this Thursday, officials said.
During his last call, on December 10th, Fisher also threatened Kelly's family saying "if he continues his 9/11 bulls---, his family is going to feel it," according to the complaint.
The NYPD had no comment, citing their policy on declining to discuss threats or security for the mayor and police commissioner.