Cody Man Evicted From Health Care Facility for Threats
Written by andrew-rossi on February 28, 2019
A Cody man is being evicted from his health care rehab center for making threats.
23-year-old Trey Randolph was accused of making a bomb threat at Cody High School in 2016, resulting in the evacuation of the school. He was placed in the custody of Big Horn Enterprises of Powell in October, according to an article in the Cody Enterprise, but administrators at Big Horn told District Court Judge Bill Simpson Wednesday that Randolph made threats while at their facility, and he is being evicted as of Friday.
Randolph’s new case manager said the eviction letter stated verbal and physical intimidation as reasons for Randolph’s being kicked out of the Powell facility.
Randolph and his family requested a move to Heart Mountain Health Care in Cody, which has agreed to take him in. On Wednesday, Simpson approved a bond modification allowing for Randolph to switch to a different rehabilitation center.
Randolph is facing charges for threatening to commit a violent felony with the intent to cause evacuation of a building or assembly, felony charges punishable up to 3 years in jail and $10,000. No date is yet set for any future hearings or jury trial.