There was more forensic evidence presented Wednesday in the trial of Officer Michael Brelo, who is charged with voluntary manslaughter in the deaths of
after the deadly police chase and shooting on Nov. 29, 2012.Today's evidence was overshadowed by an unprecedented event: a death threat against Brelo. The threat came from a man who our Paul Orlousky spoke to a couple of days ago, who was not happy with what is going on.
"I heard him say that if the officer wasn't convicted he would kill him himself," said a sheriff's deputy who reported hearing Malissa Williams' brother Alfredo threaten Brelo.
The man was banned from the courthouse and taken to the Sheriff's Department for further investigation.
Alfredo Williams will be charged with disorderly conduct.
"This is exactly what I had tried to avoid during this trial, you sir have confirmed my worst fears," said Judge John O'Donnell.