Lower Burrell Man Told to Get Counseling; If He Wants to Stay of out of Jail, a Lower Burrell Man Must Seek Mental Health Counseling Immediately. [Derived Headline]

By Monti, Ra | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 22, 2016 | Go to article overview

Lower Burrell Man Told to Get Counseling; If He Wants to Stay of out of Jail, a Lower Burrell Man Must Seek Mental Health Counseling Immediately. [Derived Headline]


Monti, Ra, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


If he wants to stay of out of jail, a Lower Burrell man must seek mental health counseling immediately.

Jeffrey Monteleone, 47, appeared before District Judge Cheryl Peck Yakopec on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing on charges that he threatened Westmoreland County sheriff's deputies June 6.

Monteleone allegedly threatened a deputy who was serving him with court papers in a civil matter. About 45 minutes later, Monteleone telephoned a threat to deputies at the sheriff's office in the Westmoreland County Courthouse, police said.

While out on $50,000 bond for that charge, he was again arrested, on June 13, for allegedly threatening Westmoreland County President Judge Richard McCormick Jr., who had recently ruled against him in a civil matter.

Two days after the civil ruling, a man identifying himself as Monteleone called McCormick's chambers and was angry about the judge's decision, according to a criminal complaint.

Monteleone later confirmed to investigators that he made threatening statements during the phone call, police said.

He is charged in that matter with retaliation against a judicial official and terroristic threats.

On Tuesday, when Peck Yakopec found out Monteleone was arrested again, she wanted to revoke his bond. …

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