Louisville, KY asked in Criminal Law for Kentucky

Q: What’s going on

I have been charged with terroristic threating 1st degree against my job while I was at work i was in good standing with my job I left my phone in the break room somebody emergency dialed 911 to report that they heard from someone else that there was a bomb in the building I was arrested for the probable cause of that I call our local tipline to make that call but it’s a 911 emergency call and that my girlfriend said that it sounded like me not that it was as to why she said that She told me that they were saying I said that she did it so she just said it sounded like me I said nothing to incriminate myself but there insisting that I made that call from my personal cell phone they wrote my arresting citation that I called 574-LMPD which never happened but the thing with my girlfriend I’m not sure she also worked in the same building with me I’m They keep saying there needing more evidence and there not trying to send me to prison that I can also retrieve my phone from them in Kentucky

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Matt Schalk
Matt Schalk
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Princeton, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: You should speak with experienced criminal defense attorney.

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