Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Kelso, WA: Man Threaten's Judges' Life

A 47-year-old Kelso man has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Cowlitz County Superior Court Judge James Warme, who had heard a case involving a member of the man's family.

Kevin Eugene Parvi was accused of calling a county commissioner and telling him he was going to break the judge's neck.

Visiting Judge James Lawler accepted Parvi's guilty plea on Tuesday. In a plea bargain, Parvi agreed to plead guilty to an amended charge of felony harassment/threats to kill, amended from intimidating a judge.

Parvi was sentenced to 30 days in jail, with credit for time served.

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