A man from Bayonne, N.J. vengefully wrote threatening, incorrectly spelled messages on rocks and smashed them through a Hudson County judge's law office window.
The threats, scribbled in magic marker, included, "die soon please," "watch your back," "not honest, you evel [sic]," "lier [sic]" and "you gonna pay," among others.
Dennis Sabol, 47, was found guilty of harassment and criminal mischief for his retaliation against Judge Frank T. Carpenter III, the New Jersey Law Journal reported.
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In March 2011, Carpenter had found two men not guilty of assaulting Sabol during a fight at a fishing dock. Sabol, who Carpenter had also acquitted of assault, was fined $100 for yelling "F**k you!" upon hearing the 2011 decision.
That April, two rocks smashed through the judge's law office windows while he was in court.
“My bailiff said ‘You know who it was, that guy Dennis Sabol,’" Carpenter told the Jersey Journal, "and as soon as he said his name I thought, yeah that guy is capable of it."
Coincidentally, soon after, Sabol appeared to pay a ticket. Police questioned him, and had him rewrite the words on the rocks.
His handwriting matched the written threats, and he again misspelled "evil" and "liar," Assistant Hudson County Prosecutor Angela Gingerelli told the NJ Law Journal. Police also found a marker in his vehicle.
Sabol's sentencing will occur next month.