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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An inmate at Louisville Metro Corrections is facing additional charges after he allegedly threatened to use Google Maps to find a corrections officer's home.
According to a police citation, a corrections officer was moving inmates from one point in the jail to another, when 35-year-old Benjamin Robinson began talking loudly, "causing alarm" and threatening the officer.
Robinson allegedly told the officer that he would remember their name and said that he would "Google" them when he got out of jail later that week.
The officer goes on to say that Robinson, "stated that he knew that Google Maps would show him how to get to this officer's house" and that all the officer had to do was "just wait."
As a result, Robinson is now charged with second degree disorderly conduct and terroristic threatening -- both of which are misdemeanor charges.