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Jury finds Humboldt man guilty on charges
01/11/2019

(KLZA)-- A Richardson County jury returned guilty verdicts Thursday evening on three felony charges of terroristic threats against a Humboldt man.  

53-year-old Kent Cooper was charged in connection with incidents at a Cooper family farm located Southeast of Humboldt in September, 2017.

The case alleged Kent Cooper threatened to “kill” several relatives, including adults and children. Court documents allege Cooper made threats with a baseball bat, a pickup, a shotgun and a tractor during the incident.

Sentencing in the case is scheduled for March 19th. The trial lasted two days. 

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