Saturday, September 13, 2008

Suspected white supremacist to serve five years in prison for MySpace threats

A man known to authorities as a white supremacist reached a plea agreement Monday with the county District Attorney’s Office for threatening a man from Templeton, according to spokesman Jarret Gran.

Jeffrey David Lodor, 27, of Porterville, pleaded no contest to committing an assault with a deadly weapon or using means likely to produce great bodily injury.

Lodor agreed to a five-year state prison term.

Lodor met the unidentified Templeton man while in jail and they became friends.

But after they were released and the local man made Jewish and Hispanic friends, Lodor threatened him on the social networking Web site MySpace.

Sheriff's Department investigators previously would not disclose the specifics of Lodor’s alleged threats, but said he was a known white supremacist.

— Nick Wilson

Source: San Luis Obispo

1 comment:

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