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CrimeMan Upset Over Homeless Camp Threatens To Hunt, Kill City Staffer

00:10  02 august  2019
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encampment threatened to hunt , kill city staffer , charges say. Frustrated that the camp was still standing, Weissbach reportedly called back around 10 times the next day. Apparently the only way a taxpaying, mostly law abiding citizen can get the ear of our public officials is to threaten murder. — The man who kidnapped Jayme Closs and killed her parents in western Wisconsin has been moved

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SAINT PAUL, MN — A Saint Paul man is facing charges after he threatened to hunt down and kill a city staffer because he was upset about a homeless encampment near his home, according to a report. Jeffrey Karl Weissbach, 62, is charged with making threats of violence, a felony if he’s convicted.

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On July 10, Weissbach called City Hall to report a homeless encampment near the 300 block of Colborne Street, the Pioneer Press reported. A city policy adviser took the call and told Weissbach the information would be passed on to city staff who work with contractors responsible for cleaning up encampments.

The next day, Weissbach was upset the camp was still standing and called the employee 10 times throughout the day. In one voicemail, Weissbach said, “It’s all-out war and I will hunt you down and kill you like a dog,” according to the complaint.

Weissbach was charged last week and is awaiting his first court appearance.

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