Tidioute man sentenced for terroristic threats

A Tidioute man was sentenced to the Warren County Jail for a maximum of one year on charges of terroristic threats, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment.

He has already served 318 days, which has been credited to his sentence.

Francis Conrad Romig, Jr., formerly of 174 Main St., Unit 507, Tidioute was sentenced to 180 days to 1 year in the Warren County Jail, a $500 fine, two years probation, 50 hours of community service and have mental health, physical and anger management evaluations for terroristic threats.

He was also sentenced to an additional two years probation to be served consecutively and an additional 50 hours of community service for the charge of simple assault, and a concurrent sentence of six to twelve months for recklessly endangering another person with a deadly weapon. Romig was also fined an additional $500 fine for harassment.

He addressed Judge Maureen Skerda before she sentenced him and said, “I just want this to be over.”

Skerda replied, “That’s why we are here. This is the end.”

Skerda said he is work release eligible, but he must have a parole plan as well as a place to live before he can be released to the Probation Department. He is to have no contact with the victim.