Bunnell Man Sentenced To Probation After Threatening To Skin Father-In-Law

By on September 12, 2016 in WNDB News

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Bunnell, FL – A 38-year-old Bunnell man was sentenced to 6 months probation after threatening his father-in-law, who’s taking care of his 2 children.

Daniel Nickonovitz pleaded guilty to a 2nd degree misdemeanor and avoided a prison sentence. Nickonovitz’s in-laws called FCSO about texts he had sent them regarding child support he owed, and according to his arrest report Nickonovitz texted his mother-in-law: “What gets me off is finding middle aged white men and slicing off their skin so that I can wear it as a layer.”

Nickonovitz is a felon and has been convicted of battery, and charged with battery on other occasions, DUI, and contempt of court. Additionally, he owns several firearms despite the fact that he is a convicted felon – convicted felons are not allowed to own firearms under FL law.

More on this story at Flagler Live.


(Nickonotiz’s mugshot courtesy FCSO)

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2016.


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