Franklin man arrested on retaliation, threats charges

From staff reports

A Franklin man is facing several charges, including retaliation against a prosecutor or judicial official.

Online court dockets say Nicholas Joel Borgia, 61, was arraigned Friday night on the charges by district judge Matthew Kirtland.

The charges include a felony count of retaliation against a prosecutor or judicial official, two misdemeanor counts each of terroristic threats with intent to terrorize another, stalking, and retaliation for past official action, and six misdemeanor counts of harassment-communicate repeatedly in anonymous manner.

The online dockets list Franklin state police trooper Adam D. Haun as the arresting officer, and the dockets list April 9, 2018, as the date of the offenses.

Borgia has been lodged in the Venango County jail, and bail was denied.