A man ordered by the court to have no guns or alcohol was found by police with both at the Cow Palace in Derby on Sunday after he allegedly threatened someone with a pistol. Tucker Jacobs, 25, of Derby Line, has been charged with violating court orders, including a curfew restriction, criminal threatening and reckless endangerment. Cconditions of pretrial release were in effect due to previous charges, including drunken driving, leaving the scene of a crash, resisting arrest and reckless endangerment. He violated those conditions on Sunday, according to a report by Trooper Ian Alford, when he allegedly threatened to kill Burton Jacobs Sr., 55, while holding a handgun, later fired the gun, then went to the Cow Palace in Derby where he was found with two guns while drinking beer. A search of Tucker Jacobs revealed two handguns. He pleaded not guilty to three charges of court order violations: no alcohol, no firearms, and a 24-hour curfew at Burton Jacobs’ residence. He also pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal threatening and reckless endangerment, which are related to his handling of the gun while allegedly threatening Burton Jacobs.
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