Morocco, IN man arrested for threatening Supreme Court justices

Felony counts of intimidation are on file against a 26-year-old northwest Indiana man. David Goetz II of Morocco allegedly threatened the justices of the Indiana Supreme Court, according to Indiana State Police.

Police said an investigation started in February and continued into April. Police said Goetz had sent threatening emails to the justices. As the investigation continued, Goetz allegedly continued to send the threatening emails and left threatening voicemails with the court.

In one case, Goetz allegedly said “I am serious. I will kill you people now for violating my rights of a fair trial of all my charges of the state of Indiana.” Other emails threatened a “bloodbath” and said Goetz had the right to kill every single cop and judge in the country.”

A Newton County judge issued an arrest warrant Wednesday.

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