Michael Ray’s bond hearing in Louisville, Kentucky, for terroristic threatening and assault in second degree started off calm. However, he got suddenly upset after the county requests a $25,000 bond.
“You think that’s funny?,” the judge asked him after the 36-year-old criminal scoffed. “I think that’s hilarious,” he responded before walking off.
“Alright, so bond is $50,000. No bail credit. He’s lucky I didn’t hold him in contempt. He thinks these are funny charge,” the judge said.
Ray came back completely mad and began threatening her. “I hope I see you on the streets,” he shouted. The judge then decided to hold him in contempt for the threats.
“I don’t care. For what? Because of two EPOs and a motherfucking criminal mischief case? If I see you outside on the street, I’m gonna smack the hell out of ya,” he said.
The judge ordered him to serve 100 days and added a terroristic threatening charge. He’s now facing a total of 10 charges.