Grand Island man convicted of threatening gang revenge
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - A jury has convicted a Grand Island man for threatening a Hall County jail employee with gang revenge.
Donald Anthony, 35, was accused of threatening a Hall County jail employee in March. Court records indicate that he threatened to have members of the Latin Kings kill the officer and his family.
A jury Monday convicted Anthony of felony terroristic threats, for which he could be sentenced to up to three years in prison. His sentencing date is pending.
Anthony was in the Hall County jail charged with first-degree murder and two weapons charges for the Feb. 15 stabbing death of Said Farah.
His trial in that case is scheduled for Nov. 28.