Perham man pleads guilty to terroristic threat
A Perham man pleaded guilty on Friday, July 1 to one count of making terroristic threats, a felony.
According to court documents, Nathaniel James Boykin, 20, allegedly threatened in a phone call in January to go into a home with a group of friends and "shoot up the house with high powered rifles."
Threats were made because Boykin said the person owed him $200 for a pickup truck.
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