Judge Finds Caller of Bomb Threat Guilty

January 26, 2017

January 23, 2017. A Fayette County jury deliberated just over an hour before finding Croley Vance Ball, Jr., guilty of Third Degree Terroristic Threatening for threatening to detonate explosives at St. Joseph Hospital in January of 2016. The jury recommended a sentence of 12 months and a $500 fine. The jury was given the options of finding Ball guilty of Terroristic Threatening Second Degree and Third Degree. Formal sentencing is scheduled for February 24, 2017, before Judge Pamela Goodwine. Prosecutors in the case were Taylor Brown and Alex Garcia

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