Two men are no-billed on charges they received after authorities say they got wind of plans the two had to blow up their former employer and kill their co-workers. Michael Jarnagin and Tyler Platt won't go to trial for the charge of terroristic threat.
Arrest affidavits describe the alleged plot and says Platt told another employee that if he didn't get promoted, "bad stuff would go down at WDS." The Wichita County Grand Jury threw out that case during their last meeting.
The grand jury also returns a no-bill for a Burkburnett man who allegedly made threats to kill all the Burk olice officers. 22-year-old Zachary Leon Trumble was in jail at the time he allegedly made the threats.
According to his arrest affidavit, he had been taken from the Wichita County Jail annex to the emergency room after swallowing numerous items, inculding ink pens, metal screws and a pebble.
Officers say while they were at the hospital, Trumble said he was going to buy a gun when he got out of jail and shoot all the Burk police officers, then kill himself. They say he repeated his threat three times. He will not face trial for his charge of retaliation.
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