Intoxicated man’s threats, brandishing lands him in slammer

Replica firearm hidden near St. Joseph’s

Mitchell AmondsLast Wednesday an intoxicated man, Mitchell Larry Amonds, 46, found out that making terrorist threats and brandishing even a replica firearm will earn you a trip to jail.
Around 7:30 p.m., sheriff’s deputies were summoned to St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mariposa where a subject was reported brandishing a weapon and issuing threats.
St. Joseph’s is a participant in the Mariposa Open Arms program, in coordination with the Mariposa United Methodist Church, that ...

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