Pastor Arrested for Making Terroristic Threat
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC-TV MyFoxAL.com) -- A Birmingham pastor was arrested for making a terroristic threat against a judge.
Birmingham Police Sgt. Cory Hardiman said Wanda Radford was arrested November 9th for making a terroristic threat against a person in public administration. Another police officer told FOX6 News the public official was a circuit court judge.
Pastor Radford is the founder of "Mothers Who Want to Stop the Violence," an organization created to promote non-violence in Birmingham.
Radford was being held in the Jefferson County Jail on no bond.