A Heartwell man has pleaded no contest to a felony for writing threats on the back of restaurant job application in July.
Court records say 38-year-old Jason Dornhoff pleaded no contest to one count of making terroristic threats. In exchange, a felony count of threatening to use explosives was dismissed. Dornhoff is set to be sentenced on March 18.
A restaurant employee called police on July 5 after Dornhoff filled out a job application. Court records say Dornhoff wrote on the back of the application, "I have no money, a huge bomb in my truck, and a syringe of bleach that will kill you instantly. If you be quiet and help me, you won't die."
Police arrested Dornhoff at gunpoint and searched his truck, but did not find a bomb.
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