LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- James Mallory, a man charged in connection with the murder of 15-year-old Gregory Holt in April, is now facing felony charges in a completely unrelated incident.
According to a criminal citation, the incident took place on Tuesday at Louisville Metro Corrections, where Mallory is incarcerated.
Corrections officers say Mallory threw a cup of urine on a work-aide, and when confronted by jail staff, he told a sergeant , "You know, I'm looking at the death penalty. You're next."
He also allegedly said, "You know my charges, and you're next."
The correction's officer wrote in the citation that, according to his reputation, Mallory, "carries out his threats."
He's been charged with assault and terroristic threatening.
Mallory is accused in connection with the shooting and killing of 15-year-old Gregory Holt in his apartment on Clover St., near Dixie Hwy., on April 11. He was a student at Farnsley Middle School.
Anthony Hogan, Jr. and Cannon Curtis Pendergrass were also arrested in connection with the murder.
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