Alleged Vampire Gets 2 Years for Threats
INDIANAPOLIS - A man who claims to be the leader of a group of vampires has pleaded guilty to charges that he threatened to torture and kill an area judge and his family.
Rocky Flash, 45, also known as Jonathon Sharkey, was sentenced Wednesday in a Marion County court to more than two years in jail.
Prosecutors say the man threatened to beat, torture, impale, dismember and decapitate Judge David Certo, who is presiding over another case involving Flash.
Flash claims to be the leader of a group called "Vampyre Nation." A call to a phone number listed on the group's blog got a recording saying the call could not go through.
Efforts to reach Flash's public defender for comment were unsuccessful.