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Northwood man gets jail for threat to murder judge
John Dembkoski, 63, pleaded guilty to two charges Wednesday at Rockingham County Superior Court in connection with comments he made while being booked at the county jail on Jan. 17.
Dembkoski will remain on probation for two years.
The sheriff’s department began investigating Dembkoski for remarks he made to a corrections officer shortly after he was taken into custody at the Rockingham County jail in Brentwood.
About 10 minutes into the booking process, Dembkoski told Corrections Officer Jonathan Banville “that he was going to kill his wife when he leaves the jail,” Rockingham Sheriff Deputy Raymond Berube said in a sworn affidavit. Dembkoski also “stated to the corrections officer that if the judge does not let him out on Tuesday, he was going to kill the judge as well.”
Dembkoski was indicted last month on a single count of harm or threats to a certain government official, a Class A felony that is punishable by up to 7 ½ to 15 years in state prison. He also faced three counts of criminal threatening.
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