Woman arrested for terroristic threats

Alaska State Troopers last week charged a Port Graham woman with making terroristic threats against her 1-year-old son.

After checking to make sure the boy was OK, troopers arrested Elizabeth Kvasnikoff, 27, on one count of second-degree terroristic threatening, a class C felony.

Kvasnikoff was charged for knowingly making a false report that a danger to human life existed or was about to exist and which placed a person in fear of injury to any person.

Kvasnikoff is at Wildwood Pretrial Facility in Kenai.

According to an affidavit from Trooper John Probst, on April 14, the boy’s father called 911 with concerns about text messages he had received from Kvasnikoff. The messages said things like “f— with me some more I kill your child,” “see you at the cemetery” and “say bye we’re already dead,” Probst wrote in his complaint.

The father and Kvasnikoff are in a custody dispute over their son, Probst said in the complaint. Probst contacted Kvasnikoff by phone to check on the welfare of the boy to confirm he was OK.

Probst said Kvasnikoff admitted sending text messages to the father.

 

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