(Wyo.)-Man Pleads Guilty To Casper Verizon Store Threats
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A man accused of threatening employees at a Verizon store has pleaded guilty.
Thirty-seven-year-old Robbey Swank pleaded guilty Tuesday to making terroristic threats.
Swank won't face prison time as part of a plea deal. Sentencing will be at a later date.
Authorities say Swank told a customer service representative Aug. 17 that he was "loading his pistol and going down to the store" when he learned part of his deposit had been applied to a late payment. Swank went to the store and yelled obscenities and said if he had a gun he would use it.
Swank left and the store closed for part of the day.
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