Woman arrested after threatening to 'blow up' judge, staff
BATON ROUGE - A woman is facing a terrorizing charge after threatening an area judge and their staff.
On Jan. 25, deputies were notified of a phone threat to a 19th JDC Judge's office. According to police documents, a woman had called the office yelling expletives and saying she's the person that could "come to you alls job and blow that b***h up."
Through caller ID, the woman was identified as 37-year-old Letrice Winchester.
Detectives later contacted her in reference to the threat. According to the affidavit, Winchester said she was not happy with the way she and her daughter were treated by the judge's staff in reference to a case regarding her daughter.
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