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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – A man is facing almost a dozen charges after he allegedly threatened a judge at a bond hearing.
On Friday, 36-year-old Michael Ray went before a judge to learn about bond for four charges including terroristic threatening and second-degree assault.
Less than a minute into the hearing, Ray scoffed at the $25,000 bond before he walked out.
According to WAVE, the judge raised his bond to $50,000 before he walked back into the courtroom.
“I hope I see you on the streets,” he shouted at the judge.
She announced that he was being held in contempt for flipping her off and threatening her.
In addition to the four previous charges, he is now facing 10 charges.