Boca Raton Man, Jailed For Threats, Allegedly Threatens Victim From Jail

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A Boca Raton man allegedly threatened a woman by sending a blood drop emoji to her phone. He then threatened her again, according to police, while behind bars.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton man who was jailed on January 2nd for making threats to a girlfriend was just “rearrested” while behind bars. Police, monitoring his phone calls, allegedly heard him threaten the woman who he is accused of initially threatening.

Nicholas Finno, of the 22300 block of SW 66th Avenue in Boca Raton, was first jailed earlier this week when he allegedly sent the following texts to a woman, according to an arrest report reviewed by BocaNewsNow.com. The texts are transcribed verbatim from the official charging document.

“I’d watch your back”
“I have nothing left to live for so play with fire”
“lets play hide and seek”
“I’m coming for you”
“I’m a beat that s*it”
“you might find yourself dead”
“I’m not stopping ever”
“New Year will leave
“U dead”
“Let me call the paramedics”
“you going have to call the cops”
** Finno sent an image of a grave stone with: “I want to kill you.”
“I promise your life I will f*ck you up”
“I will have this ready for you by Tuesday you better go call the cops” “you really should die” **
“you want me to drive there for you and solve this”

Nicholas Finno
Nicholas Finno, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

From the Palm Beach County Jail, Finno then allegedly called the victim to make additional threats. He then called his mother who initiated a three-way phone call that prevented jail officials from monitoring who he was specifically speaking with. Even so, the call was recorded. Investigators documented the following:

“In the call, Finno calls (the alleged victim) at approximately 0124hrs and identifies himself as “Nico.” At the beginning of the call, Finno tells (the alleged victim) the following: “Are you coming to the hearing tomorrow?” “You know what we talked about right?” “Thats what you wanna do right?” “Stick to those words.”

After saying “stick to those words” (the alleged victim) appears to not understand what Finno said and responds back “making it worse” to which Finno then repeats “Stick to those words.” The pair then go on to discuss the case and the various aspects of their relationship. It should be noted that prior to this call, Finno contacted his mother who initiated a 3-way call with (the alleged victim). It is unknown at this time who else Finno talked to utilizing a 3-way call or had contact (the alleged victim) on his behalf as he was not utilizing his jail pin number during the phone calls.”

Finno remains in jail Saturday morning. He is charged with intimidation, aggravated stalking, obstructing justice, and contempt of court. Bond is set at $75,000.


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