Kristian Valen is in the Oslo District Court sentenced to 21 days in jail for having threatened police officers.
The prosecutor let the claim 24 days in jail for 41 years old.
Valen was also ordered to pay 15,000 kroner in legal costs.
Kristian Valen, who five times previously punished with fines, including for illegal arms storage, met Monday in Oslo District Court indicted after two episodes where the police come out to his residence at Aker Brygge in Oslo.
The first incident occurred in February this year. Valen has announced a reward of 10,000 crowns on Facebook, where he has 90,000 followers, to the one who found the name and address of two policemen who along with several other police officers took action against the apartment on February 5th this year.
The second incident occurred recently when Valen was arrested after having borne an arms copy around Aker Brygge, very intoxicated early morning.
He went from a private underground garage and onto the street before he sat down in front of the exit door where he was helped in and out of the girlfriend for five minutes.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today