Judge Finds Hertford, NC Town Councilman Guilty of Threatening a Citizen at Council Meeting

A judge has ordered Hertford, North Carolina Town Councilman Quentin Jackson to serve five days in jail after finding him guilty of threatening a citizen at a town council meeting this summer. Jackson was sentenced on Wednesday and appealed the decision, The Daily Advance of Elizabeth City reported. The district court judge found Jackson guilty of threatening Patrick Morrissey during the July 6th  meeting.

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