A former Daviess County Sheriff’s deputy is accused of threatening to kill his ex-wife once he’s released from jail.
Troy Calvert is facing additional charges after deputies say he threatened to harm his ex-wfie, her attorney, and the presiding judge on his pending case.
Calvert is a former Daviess County Sheriff’s deputy. He’s charged with two counts of retaliating against a witness in a legal process.
Calvert is being held on a half a million dollar bond in the Henderson County Jail.
An inmate at the Daviess County Jail is accused of threatening to kill his ex-wife once he’s released.
The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office received information about 42-year-old Troy Calvert making threats to harm and kill his ex-wife, among other people, once he’s released from jail.
Over the course of the investigation, phone calls were retrieved where Calvert can be heard making threats against his ex-wife, her attorney and the presiding judge in his pending case.
Deputies say Calvert has had issues in the past with domestic violence and has served several months in jail for violating court ordered restrictions.
Calvert is charged with two counts of retaliating against a witness in a legal process.
Previously, he has been issued Emergency Protection Orders, along with Domestic Violence Orders preventing him from contacting his ex-wife or going within 300 feet of her.
Calvert’s serving time for violating the DVO in excess of 30 times.
(This story was originally published on January 14, 2019)