Inmate who sent threatening letter a Lancaster County Court judge handed two year prison sentence

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SCRANTON, Pa. –   A federal court judge in Scranton sentenced Joshua Keziah, 28, of Brownstown, to two years and two months for sending a threatening letter to Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas President  Judge Joseph Madenspacher.

Additionally, Keziah received two years of post-release supervision that requires him to spend 90 days in a halfway house.

The case was investigated by the United States Postal Inspection Service and Lancaster County Police.

Keziah, is currently serving 3 1/2 to seven years in state prison in Frackville, Schuylkill County after pleading guilty in February 2010, in Lancaster County Court to Robbery, Kidnapping, Aggravated  Assault, Conspiracy, Criminal Mischief and False Imprisonment.

 

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