St. Croix County (WQOW) – A western Wisconsin man charged with threatening to shoot and kill his neighbor will spend the next two years on probation.
Jonathan Nagy, from Baldwin, was also ordered Wednesday not to possess guns during that time, not to drink and to get mental health treatment.
A tactical vehicle was brought into Baldwin in April after a woman said Nagy threatened to kill her fiancé. An officer saw Nagy on the floor of his home with his rifle on a bi-pod pointed at the door.
St. Croix County (WQOW) – A St. Croix County man is charged with making terrorist threats – after police said he threatened to shoot, and kill, his neighbor.
It happened in Baldwin Saturday night. Crews blocked off streets and evacuated homes, and a business, after getting the call.
A woman said Jonathan Nagy was intoxicated, and made verbal and written threats to kill her fiance. She told police the two had a history of problems.
Nagy did not answer the door for police, but an officer was able to see him on the floor, with his rifle on a bi-pod pointed at the door. Nagy also did not respond to a negotiator’s attempt to contact him, so a police tactical vehicle was called in. After three orders to come out, he eventually turned himself into police.
Nagy returns to court May 1. If convicted, he faces more than 4 years in prison.