Hearing Wednesday For Hotel Terroristic Threats Case

Hearing Wednesday For Hotel Terroristic Threats Case
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COLUMBUS – A man facing several felony and misdemeanor charges in a terroristic threats case, is head back to court on Wednesday.

Scott Plummer, 37, has a felony status hearing on Wednesday, for charges of terroristic threats, and attempt of a class 2A felony. Plummer also faces misdemeanor charges for stalking, false imprisonment, and 3rd degree domestic assault, says court records.

Plummer was arrested in January, after allegedly keeping his wife in a hotel room off 23rd Street, and not allowing her to leave. After eventually letting the woman go free, Plummer allegedly blocked her car in the parking lot with his red suburban. When he got out and began pounding on her window with a gun, that was later confirmed to be a BB gun shaped like a pistol, says an arrest affidavit.

Plummer then reportedly got back in his vehicle, and backed into the woman’s car before taking off. Plummer was found and arrested shortly after the incident.

The hearing is scheduled for Wednesday at 8:45 a.m. and is a continuance from the hearing initially scheduled for July 12th.

Plummer is also scheduled for a pretrial hearing in a misdemeanor shoplifting case at the same time. Plummer has previously been convicted of theft in Douglas County, says court records.

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