The woman said Straughter pounded on their door for about 25 minutes, according to the complaint.
Kanawha County Sheriff's Detective S.D. Ferrell said Tremain Straughter threatened the woman's husband on Facebook on June 28.
Straughter later wrote on his own Facebook profile that the man's friends should "tell him to report to me before I see him," according to the complaint.
Tremain Straughter was in South Central Regional Jail on Monday in lieu of a $75,000 cash-only bail. His brother remained there Monday as well, awaiting trial on the murder charge.
Police say Tremale Straughter fatally shot Taylor around 4:45 a.m. Feb. 14 on Emory Avenue in Rand. Witnesses said Tremale Straughter fired multiple shots at Taylor, his lifelong friend, from inside a car before driving around the block and firing more shots, according to a criminal complaint.
Tremain Straughter, along with his cousin and Taylor, were charged with first-degree murder in 2001 for robbing and gunning down Gary "Gino" McGee, 21.
Tremain Straughter and his cousin were later acquitted in separate trials. Taylor, who was 17 when he was arrested, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit second-degree robbery. He earned parole because of time served and spent about a year behind bars.
The Straughter brothers have had numerous brushes with the law. They each served four years in federal prison on crack cocaine charges.
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