It's Jail Time for Kearney Man Who Made Threats on Job Application
A Kearney man will spend 60 days in jail after pleading no contest to making terroristic threats on a job application in exchange for the dismissal of a felony charge.
Jason Dornhoff was sentenced earlier this week to 60 days behind bars and four years of probation.
Court records say a restaurant employee called the Kearney Police Department July 5, 2012 after Dornhoff filled out a job application and returned it with threats to kill written on the back of it.
Court records say Dornhoff wrote on the back of theapplication: "I have no money, a huge bomb in my truck, anda syringe of bleach that will kill you instantly. If you be quiet and help me,you won't die.''
Police arrested Dornhoff at gunpoint, searched histruck, and did not find a bomb.
The judge also ordered Dornhoff to complete counseling. Prosecutors say he was using methamphetamine before making the threat.