Paul Lavalle Nally of Rydal was charged with making felony terroristic threats in an email he allegedly sent to the Cartersville City School System Board of Education on Jan. 29.
According to an arrest warrant in Bartow County, the 67-year-old Nally wrote threats against Cobb Superior Court Judge Adele Grubbs over a property dispute.
The warrant states that Nally wrote, “It’s beginning to look as if we’re going to have to make use of the 2nd Amendment,” “I’m in the mood to used deadly force to protect my friend’s property interest from illegal arrest,” and “Adele ought to be stood to the wall at sunrise for what she did to Mark!”
The Cobb County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Unit made the arrest Wednesday after a two-month investigation into a complaint alleging Nally sent the threat to multiple people in the Cartersville school system.
“Since the alleged threat originated from Bartow County, the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney’s Office provided assistance during the investigation as well as with the arrest of Mr. Nally,” said Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren in a news release. “This is yet another example of law enforcement agencies from different jurisdictions working together.”
Nally was released on a $5,000 bond.