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Keyser woman indicted for threats

May 5th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

The Cumberland Times News reports a Keyser woman was indicted in the May term of Mineral County grand jury for felony counts of making threats of terroristic acts and retaliation against a public employee. Kelly Lynne Rexrode, also was indicted with three misdemeanor counts of intimidation/harassment of public official/employee.

Rexrode, who was on probation in Grant County, didn't like what happened at a hearing there and left a series of threatening messages on the answering machine of Probation Officer Melissa Roderick at her office in the Mineral County Courthouse, according to Jay Courrier, Mineral County prosecuting attorney. Rexrode was disgruntled because she wasn’t released from probation as early as she hoped, Courrier said.

“She also made references to causing harm to multiple people in the court system,” said Courrier.

Rexrode indicated that she had never committed a crime but was about to. Rexrode said that Jeff Roth, Grant County prosecuting attorney, and Mineral County Circuit Court Judge Philip Jordan, needed a beating, according to Courrier.

“The tone was generally vulgar, angry and threatening throughout,” said Courrier.

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