Suspect in Woodbury death threat case sentenced to year in jailA Woodbury man who allegedly made a death threat to another customer at the Red Roof Inn last year was sentenced to jail time and probation.
A Woodbury man who allegedly made a death threat to another customer at the Red Roof Inn last year was sentenced to jail time and probation.
Maricus L. Roseman, 23, was sentenced June 20 to 365 days in jail and three years on probation for a terroristic threats conviction. Roseman pleaded guilty to the charge in April 2012.
Allegations spelled out in a criminal complaint alleged Roseman threatened a man at the Red Roof Inn after the man asked him to quiet down so his children could sleep.
According to the complaint, Roseman told the man, “I’ve got a gun. I’ll shoot you.”
Roseman’s Minnesota criminal history includes a 2011 domestic assault conviction and a conviction for violating an order for protection, the complaint states.
Terms of his probation include attending an anger management program. All but 44 days of his jail sentenced were stayed in the case, which was reduced from a felony conviction to a gross misdemeanor.