Probation for Perham man who made gun threats
A Perham man who threatened a New York Mills man with a BB gun was sentenced to two years of probation and 166 days in jail, all of which have been served.
Nathaniel James Boykin, 20, was sentenced for one count of making terroristic threats, a felony, after threatening to kill the NY Mills man several times - once over the phone and once in person, according to a criminal complaint.
Boykin claimed the NY Mills man owed him $200 for a pickup truck.
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