Posted: Mar 13, 2014 7:31 PM by Michael Marsh
Updated: Mar 13, 2014 7:31 PM
Source: Associated Press
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY- A man from New Jersey got two years probation as his sentence for pleading guilty to making threatening phone calls to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal two-years ago.
Ronnie McMillian of Hawthorne left voice-mail messages to Jindal and other Republicans saying they would "get a bullet in your head."
He'll have to serve six-months of home incarceration as part of his sentence.
Federal prosecutors say McMillian was well-known for regularly calling offices of public officials, including members of Congress, and using vulgar language to attack their stance on gay rights.