6/20/17 – An arrest warrant has been issued for a New Glarus man accused of making threats against his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend. Joshua Kingston did not show up to his initial court appearance yesterday and is facing one count of felony Threats to Injure as well as two misdemeanors charges of Unlawful Phone Use and Disorderly Conduct. On May 6th, a Watertown police officer was dispatched to speak with a woman in regards to threatening messages she received from an ex-boyfriend. She said she recorded a phone conversation she had with Kingston on May 2nd. The 28-year-old allegedly told her he would come to Watertown and kill her current boyfriend. The officer made contact with Kingston who said that the conversation never occurred. When informed that it was recorded he said that it had not been him on the phone. If convicted, Kingston faces over six years in prison.