New Ulm Terroristic Threats Sentence 26 Oct 13

A New Ulm man was sentenced to 96 days in jail and 5 years of probation this week in Brown County Court for a felony terroristic threats charge. 42-year-old Scott Douglas Blokzyl was involved in a disturbance at a home on North Broadway in New Ulm on July 4th. A resident there told police that he and another person had been driving to the Brown County Law Enforcement Center to report a threat made by Blokzyl when he allegedly drove up next to them on a motorcycle and made a shooting gesture with his hand several times. Blokzyl then apparently motioned for them to follow him to a parking lot, where he reportedly said “Get out of my head or I’ll kill you and your family.” In addition to the jail and probation time, he has also been ordered to have no contact with the victims, and must notify a probation officer 24 hours before entering the New Ulm city limits.