Guthrie County Man Gets Probation For “Threatening” Phone Call To Gov. Reynolds
The Guthrie County man who was charged, after he allegedly left a threatening voicemail for Gov. Reynolds has been sentenced to probation.
48 year old Stuart Resident, Harevy Hunter was charged for leaving a voicemail at the Governor’s office on January. The message was described as “belligerent” in response to the Governor’s handling of the covid-19 pandemic.
Hunter believed the pandemic was a hoax . Court documents say, that Hunter said in the message “all of you should face a firing squad”. He said that in regard to the ordered shut downs related to the pandemic.
Hunter had a one year prison sentence suspended and was given one year of probation, on a charge of 2nd degree harassment .