MANKATO (TEC News)– A Mankato man was sentenced yesterday for terroristic threats. 22-year-old Allan Charles Schmidt Hill received 365 days jail time with a $900 fine for the threats. On another matter, Hill was sentenced with up to five years for controlled substances. He must complete ten days of sentence to serve, pay a $10,000 fine and follow probation. Hill will get credit for four days served. However, Hill said he should have about two weeks of credit, so the court will verify his time served. With leads on a job, Hill will receive a work release from jail. The potential job opportunity also allows him to wait a while before reporting to jail. He must report June 7 at 6 p.m. to serve his time. A Domestic Abuse No Contact Order will remain in place while the no contact provision of probation remains in effect. Hill pled guilty to terroristic threats to get his stalking charge dismissed.