A Preston County man is in jail after state police say he threatened to kill troopers following a trespassing criticism during which he was described because the aggressor.
Based on a felony criticism, Robby Dale Reckart, 37, of Kingwood, known as the Preston County 911 Heart on Sept. 7, asking to talk with an officer concerning a trespassing criticism in opposition to him earlier that day. He had left the scene previous to the arrival of regulation enforcement.
Trooper B.E. Hovatter mentioned they known as Reckart to talk with him.
Reckart allegedly informed Hovatter, “You’re a superb cop,” however “I’ll kill each state trooper that comes right here.” He then went on to say a selected member of the West Virginia State Police and said, “I’ll kill him.”
Reckart went on to say he came upon the particular member has youngsters and that he “will kill the goddamn [racial slur] children.”
Hovatter mentioned Reckart went on to say, “I’ll use my automotive and drive right down to their home and kill them.” He additionally informed the officer he had an AR-15 and an AK-47 and he would kill Hovatter, too — or any cop who got here to his home.
Reckart then informed Hovatter he was going again to the residence from the unique trespassing criticism and was going to kick the door in.
At one level, he allegedly informed Hovatter, “If I deliver the goddamn dump truck up there and begin ramming your cruisers you’ll hear that gained’t ya?”
Based on Hovatter’s report, shortly after ending the telephone name with Reckart, Hovatter and different officers on responsibility noticed a car matching the outline of Reckart’s touring within the course of the unique 911 name for trespassing.
The crew of officers initiated a site visitors cease and positioned him in custody for terroristic threats.
Reckart was arraigned in Preston County Justice of the Peace Courtroom on Friday. Bond was set at $250,000. He’s at present being held at Tygart Valley Regional Jail.