LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The man accused of killing three people - including two teenagers - was indicted Thursday for threatening a Louisville judge.
Brice Rhodes, 26, was indicted for intimidating a participant in the legal process and third-degree terroristic threatening stemming from his Sept. 23 courtroom appearance, when he made threats against Judge Amber Wolf.
That day Rhodes, who was restrained in a four-point chair and wearing a mask to prevent him from spitting on anyone, said that he could find out where Wolfe lived and that he would kill her and her family. An arrest report from that incident said that Rhodes made the statements several times while he was in the courtroom.
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Rhodes had previously been charged with the murders of Christopher Jones and brothers Larry Ordway, 14, and Maurice G. Gordon Jr., 16.