A Driver of Lyken’s Funeral Home who police say told a woman she had one week to live, was charged Thursday and appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.
Ronald Goodwan (no address given) was eventually fined $10,000 because he did not waste the courts time by pleading guilty to threatening Sarah Goodwan on April 21, last, at James Street, Albouystown.
The woman told the court that the defendant said that he would throw dead water on her. Ronald Goodwan denied this. He said that he had no access to “dead water” since he was just a driver.
Prosecutor Corporal Blackman said that after a misunderstanding the defendant threatened the woman. “His exact words were, you have one week to live,” the prosecutor declared. Goodwan who did not deny the prosecutor’s facts opened his worth and apologized.
“In my heart…. I’m sorry” he said looking at Magistrate Faith McGusty.
The magistrate placed him on a bond to keep the peace for one year and he was fined.
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