In the email Friday, Berger went on to tell Catlin he will now be able to attend "every campaign event to hand out information and ask question and talk to people so they know the truth about the candidates asking for and buying citizens votes."
Catlin replied to Berger's email denying any involvement with the theft of Berger's notes. He went on to say that Berger's allegations of corrupt judges are not helpful and that he should consider a public retraction before his next court date.
Catlin ended his email by saying "Writing threatening emails at 5:00am has never proven to be a good idea for you. I hope you didn't mean all the things you said. I truly have no ill wishes for you. Please get some sleep."
Commissioners will have an official vote during the meeting Monday to remove Berger from community committees he is involved with.