Man Threatens To Kill Asst. Woodbury Police Chief

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A man being booked at the Cannon County Jail recently threatened to kill Woodbury Assistant Police Chief Kevin Mooneyham.

On March 22, Asst. Chief Mooneyham received a call to respond to the intersection of Bryant Lane and Sunny Slope after a report of an unconscious person was received.

Upon arrival, Mooneyham found Jeffrey L. Thomas, 749 Jim Town Rd., Woodbury, passed out on the sidewalk in an extremely intoxicated state.

After being arrested and transported to the jail, Thomas told Mooneyham in front of corrections officers, Deputy Reed Bryson and Judicial Commissioner Nathan Jennings that when released he would kill him.

Thomas also said he would kill Mooneyham’s children and take everything he had.

In addition, Thomas told Mooneyham he would “rope his doors shut and set his house on fire.”

Thomas was arrested in April of last year for arson.

Total bond for Thomas on charges of assault and public intoxication was set at $26,500. His initial court date is May 10.

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March 30, 2011 at 12:08pm
Unfortunatly that is not a very high bond with the deals the bail bondsmen are making. I wonder if he was arrested last year for arson while he was out on a public sidewalk.
March 30, 2011 at 7:05pm
some people never change. he said the same thing ething has happened to me yto me when i arrested him 10 years ago. and not
March 30, 2011 at 11:44pm
Let's see, by my count this guy was arrested 10 years ago by one officer in the comment section; then he is arrested last year for arson, why on earth was he on the streets still to be publicly intoxicated?
I would also think that the threats made would merit much more of a bond.
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