An El Dorado Hills man was arrested Feb. 22 after allegedly threatening his wife with a knife.
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Jacob Oliphant, 26, was on suspicion of making threats and making threats with a deadly weapon.
The wife had felt her life was in danger when Oliphant drew a knife during an argument in their Valley View home, El Dorado Sheriff’s Lt. Bryan Golmitz said.
Oliphant was booked into county jail, but was released after paying a bail of $130,000.