Goyette Indicted for Sending Threatening Letters

The man accused of sending 65 threatening letters with a suspicious white powder is indicted in Amarillo.

A Federal grand jury in Amarillo returned an indictment today charging Richard Goyette with one count of threats and false information and 64 counts of threats and hoaxes.

Goyette allegedly mailed the letters to 52 various locations throughout the United States.

If convicted on all counts, he faces a maximum statutory sentence of 330 years in prison and over 16 million dollars in fines.