ROCHESTER MAN CHARGED WITH MAKING TERRORISTIC THREATS FACING LIVINGSTON COUNTY FELONIES

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Raymond Girard, 34, of Rochester, was charged on Tuesday, Jan. 17, with terroristic threats to Monroe County employees and Monroe County executive Adam Bello.  According to the Monroe County Sheriff, Girard started making the calls in December, which were getting progressively more aggressive, demanding that he be given more money from Social Services. On Jan. 4, he made a direct threat of violence. Monroe County deputies began an investigation and saw a video of Girard pointing a gun at an individual in a gas station. A search warrant of Girard’s home and another home was obtained, and Girard was found to have a dagger and a gun, which he was not allowed to have due to a prior felony conviction. He also had a stolen laptop.     Girard was already facing 11 felony charges and other misdemeanors in Livingston County for a rash of thefts from parked vehicles on the south end of Conesus Lake and Springwater last October. That case was to be heard in court this month.