Illinois man gets probation for threatening US Rep. Rodney Davis

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ROCHESTER, Ill — A central Illinois man who pleaded guilty to making a threat against U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis has been sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to undergo mental health counseling. 

The federal judge who sentenced 65-year-old Randall Tarr on Friday also ordered the Rochester man to pay a $2,000 fine and have no contact with Davis, his office or members of his family. 

The State Journal-Register reports Tarr pleaded guilty in July to a charge of making a threat to a federal official. He admitted to calling the Taylorville Republican’s office in Decatur and threatening to shoot Davis during a profanity-filled voice mail message.

Davis represents parts of Jersey County and parts of the Metro East, including Glen Carbon and Edwardsville.

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