Louisiana Woman Arrested After Allegedly Threatening a Judge, Courtroom Officials, and Others Via Social Media Message
Caddo Parish, Louisiana – A woman from Louisiana was arrested after allegedly sending threatening messages to a judge, courtroom officials, and other people through social media.
According to the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office, on April 25, 2023, detectives arrested a Caddo Parish female for allegedly making terrorizing threats.
According to reports, Nichole Miller, 36, of Rodessa, Louisiana, was arrested after posting a direct message on a social networking platform threatening to shoot everyone who caused her to lose custody of her child.
According to detectives, Miller utilized direct messages to threaten a local judge, courtroom officials, and particular family members of her son. She also boasted about the firearms she possessed and had ordered.
Throughout their investigation, investigators discovered that Miller sent the message, but there was no proof that she owned any firearms.
Miller was apprehended by investigators and charged with Terrorizing. She was booked into the Caddo Correctional Center. In this case, no bond has yet been established.
An arrest is an indication that probable cause exists to believe the subject was involved in the offense alleged. A person is presumed innocent until proven guilty.