July 13, 2017 / 9:11 PM / a month ago

Connecticut man charged with threatening U.S. bankruptcy judge

A 62-year-old Hartford, Connecticut man could face to up 10 years behind bars after his arrest for threatening U.S. bankruptcy judge Ann Nevins who was overseeing a Chapter 11 case involving his former company, according to federal prosecutors.

Dusan "David" Mladen was arrested on Tuesday and charged in New Haven with threatening a federal official in a criminal complaint, prosecutors said on Wednesday in a statement.

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