Court: Man Denies Threatening With Pitchfork

March 16, 2017

Appearing in Magistrates Court, a 65-year-old man denied threatening behavior, with the Court hearing he allegedly picked up a pitchfork and used it in a stabbing motion towards another person.

William Glasgow pleaded not guilty to using threatening behavior to his tentmate in March this year.

The charge alleged that Glasgow picked up a pitchfork and used it in a stabbing motion towards his tentmate while saying words to the effect that he could kill his tentmate but that this was not the right time.

Williams also pleaded not guilty to willfully and unlawfully damaging the tent.

Williams was given a trial date in early May, granted $2,000 bail, and told that he must not have any further contact with the complainant.

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