Daily Mail reports:
A man charged with killing two teens is facing additional charges after he allegedly threatened a judge and her family.
Brice Rhodes, who is charged with the murders of 14-year-old Larry Ordway and his brother, 16-year-old Maurice Gordon, repeatedly said he was going to target Amber Wolf in a Louisville, Kentucky, court on Friday.
He was in court on separate charges of attacking and injuring an inmate in August and spitting on another in September, according to WDRB.
In the video, deputies can be seen wheeling Rhodes into the court room as Judge Wolf directed them to ‘just bring him up right here’.
Rhodes, who was wearing a spit mask, asked: ‘Why you all havin’ me come in like this for?’
Wolf replied: ‘I think you know why. You know exactly why.’
As Wolf was about to read out Rhodes’ charges he interrupted her and said: ‘I’m going to get out.’
After several expletives, Wolf asked: ‘Are you done?’
She continued to read the charges aloud: ‘You’ve been charged with assault in the fourth degree…’ but she was interrupted by Rhodes again.
‘I don’t care what I’ve been charged with,’ he said. ‘Don’t you think I’m gonna find out where you live at?’
Wold asked: ‘So you’re saying you’re going to find out where I live at?’
‘I don’t give a [expletive] about none of that!’ Rhodes said. ‘You got family! I’ll be out!’
Wolf told Rhodes that his bond was set at ‘$15,000 full-cash’ and asked him if he needed the appointment of a public defender’.
‘I’ll be out,’ Rhodes said. ‘I’ll be out. Take me back to my cell,’ Rhodes said.
After Rhodes was removed from the court, she said: ‘That was a threat against the court. I’m asking the County Attorney’s office to take that into account and consider what to do with that.’
Now authorities say they have filed additional charges of terroristic threatening and intimidating a participant in the legal process.
Police said Rhodes was arrested earlier this year after he shot and killed Christopher Jones in May.
Later that month, authorities said Rhodes fatally stabbing 16-year-old Gordon and 14-year-old Ordway.
He was charged in those cases and is currently in jail on a $1 million bond.
The bodies of the teens were found burned and dumped behind an abandoned house.
Detectives told WDRB that Rhodes killed the two brothers because he feared they would snitch about his involvement in Jones’ murder.