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Convicted child molester in trouble for allegedly sending profane letters to court

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An Elkhart man who received a 50-year sentence for child molesting is accused of sending written threats to court.

Randoll Johnson Jr., 47, was sentenced in 2018 after pleading guilty to molesting a young girl. Now, he’s accused of intimidation of a court official.

According to court documents, Johnson Court wrote a letter threatening to beat up the judge and prosecutor and to kill a guard if he were brought into court again.

It’s not the first time he’s written letters.

The Elkhart Truth reports Johnson has repeatedly sent letters described as profane, rambling or incoherent repeatedly during his time in the system.

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1 comment

Alana duhart March 7, 2021 at 9:32 am

I no if I’m a childmolester I won’t hide or threaten no officer 👮‍♀️ you gotta be out your mind it’s not the people but this country should be ashamed of its self

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