CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has pleaded responsible to creating a threatening cellphone name to a member of Congress.
Allan Poller, 24, was a Keene State School pupil when he was accused of calling the workplace of a U.S. Home member in March and leaving a message along with his identify and cellphone quantity saying, “If you happen to carry on coming for the gays, we’re gonna strike again,” and “We are going to kill you if that’s what it takes.” The consultant was not recognized.
U.S. Legal professional Jane Younger mentioned Thursday the person pleaded responsible to utilizing interstate commerce to transmit a risk of damage. He advised authorities he had been consuming and left the message after turning into indignant whereas watching TikTok movies.
He faces as much as 5 years in jail when he’s sentenced Jan. 18.
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