LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A northern Indiana man linked to a couple who killed two Las Vegas police officers faces intimidation charges after allegedly threatening an Indiana Supreme Court justice, a second judge and two law enforcement officers.
Twenty-two-year-old Samuel Bradbury of Pine Village was being held Sunday in the Tippecanoe County Jail on $100,000 cash bond.
Investigators say Bradbury claims he's affiliated with Jerad and Amanda Miller, whom he said were part of a group called "765 Anarchists." The former Lafayette couple fatally shot two Las Vegas police officers and a Wal-Mart shopper on June 8 before Jerad Miller was shot dead by police and Amanda Miller killed herself.
FBI supervisory agent Bob Ramsey told the Lafayette Journal & Courier that Bradbury also faces sealed federal charges and an initial hearing Monday.
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