Plainville teen pleads not guilty to accusation of death threat made to 16-year-old

Published on Thursday, 8 August 2019 16:44
Written by JUSTIN MUSZYNSKI

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PLAINVILLE - A Plainville teenager has pleaded not guilty to allegations he made a death threat to a 16-year-old girl.

Sebastian Anton-Victor, 18, of 40 Lena Ave., allegedly told the girl over the phone that he would ruin her life and kill her, the girl told officers, according to the police report. 

The 18-year-old, who is free on a promise to appear, appeared Thursday in Bristol Superior Court. During the brief hearing, he pleaded not guilty to charges of second-degree threatening, second-degree harassment and second-degree breach of peace. 

The case was continued until next month and transferred to the courthouse in New Britain.

According to the police report, the 16-year-old complainant contacted police on May 12 to report an alleged threat Anton-Victor made to her. She said he called her around 8:48 a.m. and threatened to ruin her life, according to the report. The girl, who was at work at a Plainville business, then put her phone on speaker mode, allowing her supervisor to hear Anton-Victor allegedly threaten to kill her, the report states.

Upon being located by police, Anton-Victor admitted to saying he would ruin the girl's life, telling police she has been trying to ruin his relationship with his girlfriend, according to the report. He denied making a death threat, police wrote in the report.

Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or jmuszynski@bristolpress.com.



Posted in The Bristol Press, Plainville on Thursday, 8 August 2019 16:44. Updated: Thursday, 8 August 2019 16:46.