Warren men charged for threats against police on Facebook
Police say 2 men called for more 'cop killers' on Facebook, prompting charges
Richard Walker and Brandon Davis already knew they were in trouble, but nothing like this.
Because of messages put on Facebook the men face 20-year felony charges for a false report or threat of terrorism. According to police, Walker posted the following on Facebook:
"Wish people would kill more cops. We need more cops getting killed. We need true soldiers."
Davis allegedly wrote this:
"We really need more cop killers, like, for real."
He followed that up with an expletive against police and the courts. Police followed up with a search warrant on Walker's home, where Davis had been staying.
Police say the Facebook threats came a day after they towed Walker's car.
The duo also face weapons-related charges and resisting arrest.
"Can I go home on a tether? I won't run or anything," Walker asked the judge.
Bond for each was set at $500,000.