James Caldwell Pleads Guilty To Threat & Stalking Charges
According to police, Caldwell wrote letters to a female coworker, claiming that he would kill her.
Because of his guilty plea, Caldwell will be on probation for two years in addition to a restraining order against him.
Other plea agreement stipulations include: counseling and a mental evaluation, visitations with a parole officer, and Caldwell must stay away from his victim. The judge has restricted him from visiting her place of employment, school or home.
If he breaks those terms, he would have to serve 149 days in jail with the potential for more charges.
Caldwell is scheduled to be released on January 5 after receiving an electronic monitoring device.