Pennsylvania Judge Threatened by Bradford County Jail Inmate
A Bradford County man is accused of threatening to kill everyone involved in the criminal case that has landed him in jail, including the Judge.
48 year old Raymond Dotson II of Rome is charged with retaliation against prosecutor or judicial official and terroristic threats for allegedly saying he was going to kill Bradford County Judge Larry Hurley.
August 9, Dotson was arrested after a couple fled to a nearby convenience store claiming he had threatened to kill them and burn their home.
August 10, Pennsylvania State Police say they investigated claims that Dotson said in jail he was going to kill Judge Hurley, post bail soon and had a family member who owned a gun shop.
Dotson remains in the Bradford County Jail on $500,000 bail.