The 45-year-old Bayport man accused of making threatening comments about New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo pleaded not guilty Tuesday at Suffolk County court in Riverhead after he was indicted on identical charges.
Jack Geoghan had previously pleaded not guilty to charges of making a terrorist threat and two counts of aggravated harassment. He allegedly made a comment about wanting to shoot Cuomo during an angry phone rant to a state office receptionist.
Geoghan, a real-estate appraiser, is opposed to the attorney general’s efforts to reform that industry.
He is still being held at Suffolk County jail after his bail was set at $100,000 bond or $50,000 cash. His bail was originally set at $500,000 million.
Geoghan is due back in court on Jan. 7.