Bail reduced for man who allegedly threatened Cuomo

A Bayport man who police say threatened to kill New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo had his bail of $500 million reduced.

Authorities say Jack Geoghan, 45, allegedly made a threatening remark over the phone about Cuomo to a receptionist at the Long Island Headquarters in Hauppauge this week.

Geoghan was arraigned Wednesday on charges of making a terrorist threat and aggravated harassment. He is now being held on $50,000 cash, $100,000 bond.

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