Man who threatened Van Hook appears in Singleton’s court

Roger Clayton Wilson, who was arrested for first-degree terroristic threatening after he allegedly threatened to kill Judge George Van Hook, made his first appearance in Union County Circuit Court today – in front of Judge Hamilton Singleton rather than the judge he threatened.

Wilson was issued a $25,000 cash or corporate surety bond and told not to have contact with Van Hook or any of his family or staff members.

According to the docket, next up will be a hearing on motions filed for Chad Squyers, arrested for rape and second-degree sexual assault, before he goes to trial next week.

Singleton will also hold hearings to revoke bail for Jarvis Marbray, arrested for crack cocaine delivery as a habitual offender, and to modify the bond of James Caleb Thompson, arrested for second-degree forgery, two counts fraudulent credit card use, theft of property and breaking or entering.

More in tomorrow’s News-Times.

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