GOLDSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – A Goldsboro man faces a litany of charges related to harassing and threatening witnesses on a case from October 2018, according to a press release from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.
The sheriff’s office said 21-year-old Robert Jordan Eubanks harassed and threatened two victims in the case over the past four months.
“These charges arose after the threats and harassment became more violent and aggressive by the suspect,” the release said.
Eubanks is accused of recently running one of the victims off the road with his vehicle and hitting the side of the victim’s vehicle, the release said.
Eubanks had been arrested and released on bond back in October. He was charged in an assault case. The magistrate ordered Eubanks not communicate with the two victims in the case, the release said.
Eubanks is charged with:
- 5 counts of intimidating a witness
- 2 counts of assault with a deadly weapon
- 1 count of communicating a threat
- 1 count of violation of a court order
- 1 count of driving while license revoked
- 1 count of displaying a fictitious license plate
Public records show Eubanks has a history of communicating threats. He is being held on a $121,000 secured bond.