SAN MATEO COUNTY — A Belmont man was formally charged Wednesday on two felony counts for making e mail threats in opposition to a San Mateo County choose in Could, based on the county’s District Lawyer’s Workplace.
Edward Warren Day, 67, allegedly made these threats within the type of two emails. The primary accused the choose of “dishonest the system,” based on the DA’s Workplace, and Day mentioned he was dedicated to “getting” the choose. The second mentioned Day had “directed the demise penalty” for the choose.
The choose reported the emails to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Workplace on Could 30. The pair had a quick historical past, as Day had a 2019 look earlier than the choose whereas going through felony firearm prices. Within the final result of the case, Day had 12 weapons faraway from his possession and a gun violence restraining order was positioned in opposition to him.
The Supreme Courtroom this week heard a case difficult so-called red-flag legal guidelines, aimed toward maintaining firearms out of the possession of harmful individuals.
In a Wednesday arraignment listening to, Day was formally charged with two felonies, one for making legal threats and one other for threatening sure officers.
Day was ordered to return to courtroom on Nov. 16 for entry of plea and to set a date for a preliminary listening to. His bail was set at $250,000 however he at present stays in custody, based on the DA’s Workplace.