Man Gets 120 Days In Jail For Tweeting Threats After Speeding TicketA South St. Paul man was sentenced Wednesday to about four months in jail for making threats to law enforcement officers via Twitter after getting a speeding ticket during a traffic stop two years ago.
South St. Paul Man Pleads Guilty To Threatening Officers Over TicketA 21-year-old South St. Paul man accused of threatening to kill officers through social media posts after getting a speeding ticket during a traffic stop in February of 2014 pleaded guilty to charges on Monday in Dakota County Court.
Charges: South St. Paul Man Threatened Officers On TwitterA 20-year-old South St. Paul man is accused of threatening to kill police and at least one officer with the Minnesota State Patrol on social media, according to charges filed Thursday in Dakota County Court. Harrison William Rund was charged with felony terroristic threats in connection with the incident, which happened on Tuesday after receiving a speeding ticket.

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