An Avon resident pleaded guilty Tuesday in a case charging him with threatening to shoot his Farmington ex-girlfriend and her son and to commit crimes like the school shootings in Newtown and Columbine days after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Darnell Davis, 32, pleaded guilty to a second-degree threatening misdemeanor charge and violation of a protective order, a felony, in the Dec. 17 incident, as well as violation of probation and another count of violating a protective order from a Nov. 10, 2012 arrest for going to his ex-girlfriend's house in Farmington.
The court disposed of another probation violation charge from the November case Oct. 15, as well, noting that the probation term had ended.
A judge sentenced him to a year of jail time for the threatening charge and three years of prison and special parole for two years in the case of the Dec. 28 arrest.
Davis has been committed to the Department of Corrections.