Man gets probation for terroristic threats
Published 10:06 am Wednesday, March 15, 2017
A 26-year-old Austin man will spend five years on supervised probation after being found guilty of making terroristic threats, a felony.
Jordan A. Williamson must also meet a number of conditions, including 40 hours of community service, according to Mower County District Court records.
Another charge of second-degree assault was dismissed.
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According to the report, Williamson appeared at a party on the 900 block of Fourth Street Southeast in May 2016, and allegedly began to threaten some of the partygoers. The report said he also allegedly attacked three of the party-goers with a knife before he was subdued.