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Lower bond denied in clinic threat case

 

September 5, 2018



By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY — A motion to lower a Kimball, Wis., man’s bond on a terroristic threat charge was denied Tuesday morning in Iron County Court.

Robert “Barrel Bob” Gollubske, 81, had his bond continued at $10,000 by Iron County Judge Patrick Madden.

Gollubske is alleged to have told the clerk in the waiting area at the Marshfield Clinic in Mercer on Aug. 2, “I can blow this place up and get away with it,” causing fear among employees at the clinic.

He had been previously told he was no longer welcome at the clinic.

On Tuesday, Gollubske’s atto...



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