Huntsville Man Indicted for Allegedly Threatening Two Witnesses

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Huntsville Man Indicted for Allegedly Threatening Two Witnesses

Published on September 09, 2013 by Larry Crippen

Thirty-six-year-year-old Armando Martinez was indicted by a Walker County grand jury on two counts of obstruction or retaliation for allegedly threatening two witnesses who were going to testify against him in regard to a sexual assault which occurred in Houston County over a year ago.

Police reports say Martinez threatened the mother of a young girl he’s charged with sexually assaulting in Houston County. He made the threats at a Walgreen’s in Huntsville in October of 2012. He threatened the woman and anyone else who would testify against him.

According to a report, a month before the threat on the woman, he had allegedly appeared at another business in Huntsville and assaulted a male witness who was going to testify in his case.

 

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