Waynesboro Man to Serve 100 Days for Threatening Phone Calls
A 39-year-old Waynesboro man has been sentenced for an incident back in February involving threats made to the 911 dispatcher.
Tony Davis was sentenced Monday morning in Waynesboro General District Court to serve a year behind bars, but all but 100 days were suspended.
He was originally charged with threatening to burn or bomb someone's house, but the charge was lessened to making threatening phone calls.
Investigators say Davis repeatedly called the emergency operation center, each time asking for assistance in obtaining his money from another party. When the dispatcher told him this was a civil matter, police said he became belligerent.
The maximum sentence for the original charge would have been a decade.
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