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Suspect accused of threatening prosecutor, obstructing justice due in court

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

A man accused of trying to intimidate a Greenville County deputy and threatening a prosecuting attorney with the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s office while out on bond awaiting trial on a felony offense between May 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014, according to indictments, is due in court Monday.

Court dockets show Dean Alton Holcomb is scheduled to appear in court on June 12 on charges of obstruction of justice, intimidation on account of constitutional rights, and two counts of attempted blackmail.

According to an indictment returned on July 28, 2015, a grand jury found evidence that Holcomb attempted to intimidate and impede an assistant solicitor working his case.

Another indictment returned on June 30, 2015 revealed the specific written threats against the assistant solicitor.

The written threat stated in part:

“I promise you in the name of the most high that my responses will be swift, well planned, and irreversible. This is your final warning.”

The threat continued with:

“,,, Have you considered suicide? You should and will. I am so dangerous my enemies kill themselves.”

The author went on to cite examples of this and stated his weapons would be “prayer, ancient rituals and the Kabballah.”

In a third indictment returned on Sep. 16, 2014, the grand jury found evidence that Holcomb did attempt to intimidate a deputy and attempted to obstruct justice.

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