Prosecuting Attorney Ken Casady said Friday that he has consulted with the U.S. State Department and “determined that our only option for bringing [The Accused] to justice here in Saline County is to waive the death penalty to make certain the Canadian authorities will release him back into our custody to stand Trial.”
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[The Accused], 29, was charged with uttering death threats in connection with an e-mail sent to the Calgary Fire Department in late May. The message indicated there was going to be a “machine gun attack” that would result in more than 1,000 people dead.
A young woman has been sentenced to one year behind bars in connection with a fatal crash in Oakridge last fall.
About two dozen people gathered Monday afternoon at the intersection where Kimberly Ellingson died on September 14th, 2013.