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Seaman, OH man accused of threatening police, the mayor

Johnny Verax, Jr. from the Adams County Jail Johnny Verax, Jr. from the Adams County Jail
SEAMAN, OH (FOX19) -

An Adams County man is behind bars after threatening police, the mayor and a firefighter.  

Johnny Verax, Jr. admitted to writing a letter and putting it under the police departments door last month.      

Officers say the 11 page letter threatened four Seaman, Ohio police officers, the mayor and a Scott Township Firefighter.

Verax is charged with five counts of intimidation and six counts of aggravated menacing.

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