Robbey Swank Admits To Making Terror Threats At Phone Business
A Casper man has admitted he threatened employees at a store.
Thirty-seven year old Robbey Swank entered a guilty plea to one charge of making a terroristic threat.
He was arrested after prosecutors say he threatened employees at the Verizon store at Eastridge mall in August.
Court records indicate Swank was threatening employees at the store, claiming that if he had a gun, he’d use it.
Police later found Swank at his home, where he told officers he was upset that Verizon had taken half of his deposit and applied it to a late payment.
Officers found a handgun and three rifles during a search of his home.
Swank is being held on twenty-five thousand dollars bond, and will be sentenced at a later date.