Ryno Jonck was charged with terroristic threats in St. Paul, Ramsey County. He allegedly approached two individuals who parked their vehicle in a handicap spot. The couple parked in the handicap spot in the parking lot where Jonck resides. He approached their car and an argument ensued. Jonck then went into his apartment and came back with a rifle. The couple then apologized for being in the parking spot. Jonck allegedly said “do you think that if I was to shoot you…an apology would mean anything?” A spring-powered rifle was found in Jonck’s home. He admitted that he brought the rifle to the parking lot but said that he did it for his own safety. The couple stated that they feared for their safety.
If convicted of communicating to terrorize under the terroristic threats statute, Jonck may face up to one year in jail and/or a $3,000 fine. If convicted of displaying a replica firearm under the terroristic threats statute, he could face up to one year in jail and/or a $3,000 fine. Depending on what part of the statute, Jonck was charged under, he could also face up to 5 years in jail and/or $10,000 if convicted of threatening violence; intent to terrorize under Minn. Stat. 609.713. This is a serious crime and is a felony level offense. Jonck will need a criminal attorney in St. Paul, MN to fight the terroristic threats charge.
Max Keller is a criminal attorney in St. Paul, MN. Because he is a criminal attorney in St. Paul, MN, he has an office in St. Paul, MN. Keller Law Offices offers free consultations. If you have been charged with terroristic threats or any other charge, contact Keller Law Offices. The attorneys at Keller Law Offices have been successful in getting terroristic threats dismissed before having to go to trial. Call 952-913-1421 to speak with a criminal attorney in St. Paul, MN.