Pru gowards stalker released from jail over anti-police hate group threats.
A man who was sentenced by a New York court to two years in prison for threats to kill police has been released from police custody to face possibl오피e charges in the case, the Justice Department announced yesterday.
Michael Brown, who was 17 at the time of the shooting, was shot by a St. Louis County police officer on Aug. 9, 2014. Police have said he acted in self-defense during the incident. (Watch a video about the Brown killing in the video above.)
The former high school athlete is represented by the Washington, D.C.-based베스트 카지노 law firm Jones Day.
Gowards was arrested for threats to kill St. Louis City Police officer Robert Bratton and posted bail.
According to a statement released yesterday, “Gowards made threatening statements on social media” about St. Louis and police on June 15 of this year. In response to the statement, police arrested her on two charges: “obstructing a police officer in the performance of his or her duties” and “domestic terroristic threats.”
In a statement, the city of St. Louis said: “The release of Michael Goins from jail today is a good day for everyone involved in this case and for the people of St. Louis County. As we work to protect our officers and residents, I want to thank our law enforcement partners who worked very hard to get this guy off the street. These charges were brought based on the information coming from her own personal Twitter account. We believe the only action that warrants any type of charge is if there is credible information to support the charge.”
A spokesman for Mayor Francis Slay said he was disappointed with샌즈 카지노 the announcement, but that he expects to be briefed further and then take action.