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Men face terrorizing charges for text message death threats

WILLISTON, N.D. -- Two men in Williams and McKenzie counties are facing felony terrorizing charges in separate incidents involving death threats delivered via text messages, and their girlfriends. Stanley David, 29, of Williston, allegedly got an...

 

WILLISTON, N.D. -- Two men in Williams and McKenzie counties are facing felony terrorizing charges in separate incidents involving death threats delivered via text messages, and their girlfriends.

Stanley David, 29, of Williston, allegedly got angry over what he said was an attempt by another man to peek at his girlfriend in the shower, while Andy Holt, 36, of Colorado, became upset when a co-worker admitted to having a relationship with his girlfriend.

In the incident involving David, a man told police that David and his girlfriend, who lived in a van parked outside his house, were allowed to come into the house to shower. There was an agreement, the man explained, that the toilet in the bathroom could be used while someone was in the shower if the shower curtain was closed. The man told the officer that earlier in the day, he’d asked to use the toilet while David’s girlfriend was showering, but was told no, and he’d waited until she was done, the report says.

A short time later, he began getting threatening text messages from David.

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In McKenzie County, a man went to the police last week after he received numerous texts from Holt, who, the man claimed, threatened repeatedly to shoot him. The victim told officers he’d admitted to Holt that he’d had a relationship with his girlfriend, and that the conversation became so heated that Holt threatened to shoot him.

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