Threats to kill police officers lands man in jail

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UPDATE (July 11, 2017) — Robert White pleaded guilty to intimidation and pointing a firearm. In exchange for the guilty plea, other charges were dropped. He was sentenced to 1095 days in Community Corrections with 142 days of credit for time served for the intimidation charge. Additionally, he was sentenced to 910 days in Community Corrections for the pointing a firearm charge. The sentence included home detention, a substance abuse evaluation and mental health evaluation/treatment.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (January 31, 2016)—Indianapolis Metro Police have arrested a 23-year-old man after he threatened to kill uniformed police officers.

On January 25th, officers responded to separate road rage incidents involving a firearm and a yellow 2006 Dodge Charger.

Officers were able to locate the vehicle in the 2200 block of North Illinois Street.

About that same time Police say they believe the car’s owner called 911 and made statements to the effect that he intended to kill the officers who had just located his car.

Moments later the officers were confronted by Robert N. White Jr., who reportedly rushed towards the officers shouting, “(expletive) get away from my car before I kill you..(and)…I’ll kill you in the line of duty!”

According to a police report, Officers found a loaded handgun inside the vehicle despite Mr. White not having a valid Indiana gun permit.

White was placed under arrest for intimidation, firearms violation, possession of marijuana and resisting law enforcement.

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