Man Enters Plea in Threat Case

From Times Staff Reports

A man who allegedly sent an e-mail to a radio station threatening Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles County Superior Court this week.

Frank Raul Torres, 48, was ordered by Commissioner Jeffrey Harkavy to stay 1,000 yards away from Schwarzenegger and not to call or send any e-mails to him. He was being held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

Harkavy said the e-mail allegedly described how Torres had repeatedly stalked Schwarzenegger and how he planned to kill him.

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