Woman accused of threatening judge over parenting classes
A Georgia woman is accused of threatening to kill a judge who ordered her to undergo parenting classes.
MARIETTA, GA (AP) - A Georgia woman is accused of threatening to kill a judge who ordered her to undergo parenting classes.
The Marietta Daily Journal reports 29-year-old Nikki Flukers told the judge, "I'm going to get a gun and shoot you for telling me how to raise my kid." She's now charged with making terroristic threats.
Arrest warrant says Flukers was arrested last month and charged with repeatedly punching a young boy in the chest. She's also accused of kicking, punching and choking adults who tried to stop her from attacking the child.
In 2017, she was charged with aggravated assault and accused of beating a man with a candle holder, chasing him with knives, dousing him in alcohol and trying to light him on fire.
It's unclear if she has a lawyer.
Information from: Marietta Daily Journal, http://mdjonline.com/
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