A guy from Butler was put in jail after he was accused of threatening to burn down a district judge’s “place” and threatening the people who worked there.
State police say that on Tuesday, 54-year-old Matthew Dec called the office of District Judge Lewis Stoughton in Butler Township and made the threats.
The tweet below verifies the news:
State police say the man called District Judge Lewis Stoughton’s Butler Township office Tuesday and made the threats. https://t.co/l96U1gBikv
— WPXI (@WPXI) June 7, 2023
Charges are still being worked out for aggravated attacks, terroristic threats, simple assaults, harassment, and reckless endangerment.
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State police say that Dec was arrested and put in the Butler County Jail.
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