Williamsburg woman arrested for manacing

February 8th, 2007    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: News

A Williamsburg woman has been arrested and faces charges of telephone harassment and menacing by stalking.

Kimberly Stanton, 45, allegedly called a local news station and threatened a judge assigned to a court case she was involved in, and also threatened to kill the staff at the news station and anyone who attempted to arrest her.

When she was arrested, she also allegedly had letters threatening to blow up the court house, said a press release from the Clermont County Sheriff’s Department.

The arrest, which occurred after 5 p.m. on Feb. 2, started when deputies arrived at the home, but could not gain entry. According to the release, Mrs. Stanton refused to answer the door and locked herself in. The deputies returned with a search warrant at 7 p.m. and made the arrest without incident.

Additional charges of resisting arrest and obstructing official business were added. A loaded shotgun was found at the scene, but was not pointed at or fired at the deputies.
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